The Pleasure of “Seven Pleasures”

Last week I reviewed Willard Spiegelman’s Seven Pleasures: Essays on Ordinary Happiness for The Dallas Morning News and found much to like in it. 

The author makes a good case that real and lasting happiness grows not  from contemplation of grand theories but from actually doing things–walking, dancing, looking and more.

Read the review here if you like.

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