Re: [ipjn] Video on Bhutan's economic assessment. Thursday.
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THURSDAY 2/4"It’s movie time! See, “Bhutan: Taking the Middle Path to Happiness” at
IUPUI University Library Room, Lilly Auditorium (basement of library),
755 W. Michigan Street, 6 p.m. The documentary “Bhutan: The Middle
Path to Happiness,” profiles the small predominantly Buddhist country
of Bhutan, which has created its own Gross National Happiness Index.
Instead of thinking that Gross Domestic Product, or the size of the
economy, is most important, Bhutan has made its goal happiness, which
is measured on a comprehensive matrix. See this fascinating take on
the goals and goods of human life and debate the makings of good lives
with fellow IUPUI students, staff, faculty and members of the
community. Refreshments provided."
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