1. What is the question that the book says psychologists and philosophers are no closer to finding the answer to?
The question of 'what is happiness' is something that book says psychologists and philosophers are not closer to finding the answer to.
2. What are some of the ways in which people find happiness, according to the author in the book?
Some of the ways in which people find happiness include love, work, wealth, religion, and service, according to the book.
3. Since it is not necessarily the events in one's life that cause happiness, what does the author propose causes the happiness around events?
How the events are interpreted, according to the author, is why events can cause happiness in life.
4. How does the author say that happiness can be achieved, as he does not believe it is an unattainable goal?
The author says that through control of the consciousness, one can attain the feeling and the state of happiness.
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