Happiness is like a field you can harvest every season. — Luo proverb
When you hear the phrase ‘the happiest place on earth’, your mind may immediately turn to one of the many Disney amusement parks around the world. Or you may think of some scandinavian nation that has held the top spot in the World Happiness Report for the past few years. But what if we told you that the happiest place on earth is an often overlooked country nestled snugly between India and Tibet?
Bhutan has an area of only 38,394 km². Globally, it ranks 160 in GDP and 132 in terms of Human Development. And yet this small Himalayan nation has been considered the happiest country on earth for more than a decade now. So what’s its secret?
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