Life and Politics in Democratic Bhutan
Gross National Happiness explained in three minutes by Morten Sondergaard, a “serial entrepreneur”.
This blog is cool sir i like it..nd salute ur work progess for our country…palden drukpa gaylo!
I was mesmerized by “Dogchok Go Thrip”‘s blog
I think it is a great piece…love it…
Great Going la “Dhog-chog Go-Thrip”.
The first piece of intellectual media!
Yet another great vision of our fourth Druk Gyalpo.
Great summary. It is interesting to note that our concept of GNH is picking momentum in the western world. It truly is a concept of check and balancing materialism and happiness.
Our society, presently, is striving only to attend the peak of materialism. e.g every Bhutanese wants to have a car parked in front of their house. It’s great to see that most of us have one, but are we really happy?
Looking at the western world there really ought to be something that’s been missing in their economy. That something is “HAPPINESS”.
We are a developing country and we have the chance to keep the balance between materialism and happiness. We should all be figuring out “What makes us happy?” rather then saying ‘Oh!, all these years I had everything I wanted, save happiness’.
Great post hon’ble Lyonpo.
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