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A (FREE) Visual Feast

Dear Photo-Friends,

In a world filled with challenges and complexities, it’s more important than ever to find moments of joy and serenity. That’s why we’re thrilled to introduce “World Happiness 2023” a captivating photography book that showcases happiness in its purest form across the globe. The book is made by the Happiness Strategy foundation and is edited by Rajesh K Pillania, popularly known as India’s Happiness Professor.

Through the lens of photographers, this book captures a hundred instances of unadulterated happiness, offering a glimpse into the diverse cultures and perspectives that make our world so vibrant. From Bangladesh to Los Angeles, each photograph tells a unique story of joy, reminding us that happiness knows no bounds and speaks a universal language.

But “World Happiness 2023” is more than just a visual feast; it’s also a source of wisdom and inspiration. In its pages, you’ll find insights from leaders in various fields (including our founder of SeeingHappy, Mandy Seligman), offering valuable perspectives on infusing happiness into our lives and communities. Additionally, the book includes practical exercises based on research, empowering readers to cultivate lasting happiness in their everyday routines.

As photographers and artists, we understand the transformative power of images to evoke emotion and spark change. With “World Happiness 2023,” we invite you to see how mindful photography is a global movement.

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or an amateur enthusiast, this book is sure to inspire and uplift you. So grab your favorite cup of tea or find your favorite place to read, and embark on a photographic adventure that celebrates the beauty of happiness in every corner of the world.

Happy reading!

The Team at SeeingHappy


The team here at SeeingHappy are all photographers who enjoy the process of creating memorable photos. We are a mix of educators striving to share their knowledge and psychologists dedicated to increasing happiness in the world.

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