The Way to Happiness Online Education iPhone application is made available for FREE to teachers and leaders of community youth groups, as a vital tool to help you halt the moral decay plaguing our communities. Providing effective strategies and practical tools, it is available for use in classrooms and community groups.
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The Way to Happiness (TWTH) Philippines Foundation, Inc. (with SEC Registration Number: CN201624159) is an international and local group of advocates committed to touching the hearts and mind of people in a practical and sustainable way. We do this by sharing common sense ethics-values in The Way to Happiness book. This is a global best practice that is, non-religious, non-profit, and non-political, and uses the practical principles of social transformation and education that shifts the view points and habits of people. Here in the Philippines, David Pomeranz has been the foreign celebrity Change Agent-Ambassador that’s spoken and sung about the greatness of the Filipino and the power of TWTH-practical ethics.
The Way to Happiness details a 21 easy-to-follow guide on a person and the society’s way to happiness: moving from taking care of the self, the family, the environment, and the society, all leading to a flourishing and prosperous life. It is the most widely translated, non-religious book, with 100 million copies, distributed in more than 114 languages in over 170 countries.
The TWTH Philippines has trained policemen, pastors, community leaders, housewives, local government officials, and students around the country. We have partnered with NGOs, businesses, and government institutions to bring the training to more and more people with the aim of reaching a Tipping Point of 20% – that critical mass that jump starts significant change in society.
The Way to Happiness is now available in different Philippine dialects. Click on the links below to learn about the 21 Precepts in your preferred dialect.
Bicolano, Cebuano, and Chavacano
Hiligaynon, Ilokano, and Kapampangan
Maguindanao and Maranao
Pangalatok, Tausug, and Waray
The conclusion of a four-part series.