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Kartais zmogus gali pasijusti lyg besisukantis lapas, vejo genamas dulketa gatve ar vienoje vietoje istrigusia kruopelyte. Taciau kas pasake, kad gyvenime vyrauja ramybe ir tvarka. Taip nera. Zmogus - tai ne nudrekstas lapas ir ne smelio kruopelyte: jis gali daugiau ar maziau pats nusibrezti savo kelio marsruta ir sekti juo. L. Ron Hubbard


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Kartais zmogus gali pasijusti lyg besisukantis lapas, vejo genamas dulketa gatve ar vienoje vietoje istrigusia kruopelyte. Taciau kas pasake, kad gyvenime vyrauja ramybe ir tvarka. Taip nera. Zmogus - tai ne nudrekstas lapas ir ne smelio kruopelyte: jis gali daugiau ar maziau pats nusibrezti savo kelio marsruta ir sekti juo. L. Ron Hubbard

30 review for The Way to Happiness (LITHUANIAN)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Poppy

    Bad.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Paul Grimsley

    this book is written in a simple style but the points it makes are ones everyone would agree with and profoundly affected me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda

    Vapid. Pretty sure all those five-star reviews are fake.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ross Blocher

    The two stars rating reads "it was ok"... I think that is a great summary for this book. Taken in context with L. Ron Hubbard's "non-fiction" works, this should rank highly - so I'll give it another star on that account. At least it's benign. Hubbard, later in his life (1981), shares 21 precepts for how to live a better life. They're pretty good precepts in general, if obvious, though his explanations feel someone haphazard. I suspect he extemporized this off the top of his head, as I suppose he The two stars rating reads "it was ok"... I think that is a great summary for this book. Taken in context with L. Ron Hubbard's "non-fiction" works, this should rank highly - so I'll give it another star on that account. At least it's benign. Hubbard, later in his life (1981), shares 21 precepts for how to live a better life. They're pretty good precepts in general, if obvious, though his explanations feel someone haphazard. I suspect he extemporized this off the top of his head, as I suppose he composed most of his works. I feel any one of us could write a comparable book off the top of our heads. For a more detailed description of the book (and The Way to Happiness Foundation itself), listen to the May 1, 2016 episode of Oh No, Ross and Carrie! the podcast.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Valerie

    This was Hubbard's attempt at making a palatable entry into his corrupt organization. Hubbard lied about his discoveries. He falsified his history. His work is purely fiction. For anyone intending to read this this as a way to solve their life's problems please do so with the most extreme caution. The parts that work are actually stolen ideas from others belief systems. You can work through these concepts without any need to turn to Hubbard. There is nothing at the higher levels of Scientology e This was Hubbard's attempt at making a palatable entry into his corrupt organization. Hubbard lied about his discoveries. He falsified his history. His work is purely fiction. For anyone intending to read this this as a way to solve their life's problems please do so with the most extreme caution. The parts that work are actually stolen ideas from others belief systems. You can work through these concepts without any need to turn to Hubbard. There is nothing at the higher levels of Scientology except financial ruin, disconnection, and years working toward fabricated outcomes.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Made me think about how you are not only responsible for yourself, but also ensuring those around you act responsibly since they affect you as well.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Simo

    one of best short books i've ever read Edit 04/09/2020: I was stupid and Naive to think that this is one of the best books I've ever read. one of best short books i've ever read Edit 04/09/2020: I was stupid and Naive to think that this is one of the best books I've ever read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Brett

    I work near a church of Scientology and some weirdo left this in my bar to be found last Valentine's day so I figured I'd give it a spin. It's pretty funny at first, with the third tenet of the way to happiness being to regularly brush your teeth, but about midway through Hubbard's nerdy prose and obsession with footnotes starts to get a little tedious. The soft greyscale illustrations are a hoot and there's an amusing degree to which Hubbard uses driving a car as metaphor for life and distillin I work near a church of Scientology and some weirdo left this in my bar to be found last Valentine's day so I figured I'd give it a spin. It's pretty funny at first, with the third tenet of the way to happiness being to regularly brush your teeth, but about midway through Hubbard's nerdy prose and obsession with footnotes starts to get a little tedious. The soft greyscale illustrations are a hoot and there's an amusing degree to which Hubbard uses driving a car as metaphor for life and distilling life experience down to "survival" and "data." Worth a skim for a chuckle or two, but too pedantic and dry to be really funny.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    This book is just amazing. It's basically a book of moral codes that have made my life a million times better! No, it's not religious, which is what some people might avoid it for. In fact, one of the moral codes is "Respect the religious beliefs of others" This book has been a huge success, FAST. I love to see it being distributed to people all over the world. It truly is one of a kind. BUY IT NOW! (: This book is just amazing. It's basically a book of moral codes that have made my life a million times better! No, it's not religious, which is what some people might avoid it for. In fact, one of the moral codes is "Respect the religious beliefs of others" This book has been a huge success, FAST. I love to see it being distributed to people all over the world. It truly is one of a kind. BUY IT NOW! (:

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sean Rosenthal

    Interesting Quote: "One can feel at times like a spinning leaf blown along a dirty street, one can feel like a grain of sand stuck in one place. But nobody has said that life was a calm and orderly thing; it isn't. One isn't a tattered leaf nor a grain of sand: one can, to a greater of lesser degree, draw his road map and follow it." -L. Ron Hubbard, the Way to Happiness Interesting Quote: "One can feel at times like a spinning leaf blown along a dirty street, one can feel like a grain of sand stuck in one place. But nobody has said that life was a calm and orderly thing; it isn't. One isn't a tattered leaf nor a grain of sand: one can, to a greater of lesser degree, draw his road map and follow it." -L. Ron Hubbard, the Way to Happiness

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nate Horn

    This book I am very disappointed in. This was a how to book on basic stuff that everyone already knows. Be good to people etc. This is common sense stuff not something that I normally read. Disappointing indeed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Maddie

    Weird. Written as if the reader was very, very uneducated. Most of the advice is pretty standard.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    This book is an easy read about the basic principles for behavior in order to live a stress-free and healthy life.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Haider Al-Mosawi

    The Way To Happiness goes through a number of virtues, values and principles needed for a happy life, such as caring for one's hygiene to not murdering. I found the book to be extremely simplistic, without any real guidance on how to cultivate a virtue, apart from highlighting the "survival" benefits it brings to the individual, and to society at large. At one point, the author makes the claim that the reason why criminals commit crimes is because they "can't learn." I believe human beings are sli The Way To Happiness goes through a number of virtues, values and principles needed for a happy life, such as caring for one's hygiene to not murdering. I found the book to be extremely simplistic, without any real guidance on how to cultivate a virtue, apart from highlighting the "survival" benefits it brings to the individual, and to society at large. At one point, the author makes the claim that the reason why criminals commit crimes is because they "can't learn." I believe human beings are slightly more complicated than that. There are a number of reasons for why crimes are committed, and to reduce the problem to an intellectual inability seems far-fetched. As for the style of the book, I would've preferred the use of the pronoun "you" instead of "one", and thought the expression "true facts" (used throughout the book) was very awkward. It's useful to consider the different virtues we can cultivate. However, I don't think this book covered them with sufficient depth or breadth.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Einzige

    This is a book which has gained a new relevance. This is because it comes off as a caricature of Jordan Peterson's more recent work for it contains a number inoffensive commonsense rules to live by (and yes it even includes cleaning your room - precept 12.2) but it takes further with things like brushing your teeth and not breaking the law. More importantly though you get the same notion that the commonsense rules are being used to set the foundation for if not conflate acceptance with far more This is a book which has gained a new relevance. This is because it comes off as a caricature of Jordan Peterson's more recent work for it contains a number inoffensive commonsense rules to live by (and yes it even includes cleaning your room - precept 12.2) but it takes further with things like brushing your teeth and not breaking the law. More importantly though you get the same notion that the commonsense rules are being used to set the foundation for if not conflate acceptance with far more complicated matters which are not nearly as simple or obvious. I did find it a bit odd that it had footnotes in order to define things like murder or compromise but nothing for claims like "The powerful religion of Buddhism in India vanished from there in the seventh century. According to its own historians the cause was sexual promiscuity in its monasteries." -Precept 3.1

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cory Howell

    This little booklet purports to be a "Common Sense Guide to Better Living." Kind of like a Ten Commandments, plus a few more, it's not exactly the revolutionary publication its devotees claim. And a lot of it doesn't jive very well with what Hubbard actually seems to have practiced in his own life and business dealings. Of course, I guess your view of his honesty depends on how much you buy into the Church of Scientology propaganda. You can read it for free here. This little booklet purports to be a "Common Sense Guide to Better Living." Kind of like a Ten Commandments, plus a few more, it's not exactly the revolutionary publication its devotees claim. And a lot of it doesn't jive very well with what Hubbard actually seems to have practiced in his own life and business dealings. Of course, I guess your view of his honesty depends on how much you buy into the Church of Scientology propaganda. You can read it for free here.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sarah El Harake

    This is one of the most stupid books ever! I don't understand why people say it is a religious book when it is anything but religious. The fact that this stupid book is for the Scientology church gives a similar image about it. The book only states morals amd ways to live buy that already everyone knows them ( I hope ) and that are borrowed from other religions and philosophies. If we analyse the book as being a self-help spiritual book, then it is still stupid and there are far more so much bet This is one of the most stupid books ever! I don't understand why people say it is a religious book when it is anything but religious. The fact that this stupid book is for the Scientology church gives a similar image about it. The book only states morals amd ways to live buy that already everyone knows them ( I hope ) and that are borrowed from other religions and philosophies. If we analyse the book as being a self-help spiritual book, then it is still stupid and there are far more so much better books than it in this genre.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tim Price

    I first tried to study this book, and I rushed through it and found it quite difficult to understand. I put it down for a while and then about 7 months later, I decided to pick it up again and give it another shot. I decided to take my time with it and really make sure that I understood each sentence, each paragraph, each chapter, etc. All I can say is wow! What I got out of it has honestly changed my life! I could carry on for ages, but all I can recommend is that you go buy this book, READ IT, ap I first tried to study this book, and I rushed through it and found it quite difficult to understand. I put it down for a while and then about 7 months later, I decided to pick it up again and give it another shot. I decided to take my time with it and really make sure that I understood each sentence, each paragraph, each chapter, etc. All I can say is wow! What I got out of it has honestly changed my life! I could carry on for ages, but all I can recommend is that you go buy this book, READ IT, apply it to your life and what how it changes you for the better!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Bren Let the sea enamor you

    I happened to spot this at a friend's house so I read it. It is quite short. I actually appreciated some of the advice in it. Not anywhere near what I expected and I expected it to be pretty bad. I can see this actually working as sort of an organizer for daily activity or to help make one more motivated and/or positive. It is not a book I knew existed as I just happened to stumble upon it. It wasn't bad at all. I happened to spot this at a friend's house so I read it. It is quite short. I actually appreciated some of the advice in it. Not anywhere near what I expected and I expected it to be pretty bad. I can see this actually working as sort of an organizer for daily activity or to help make one more motivated and/or positive. It is not a book I knew existed as I just happened to stumble upon it. It wasn't bad at all.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shane Cormier

    I think my daughter could have written this book. As the guy below said. Very minimal, broad and simplistic. Easier said than done. One of those things. Good starting point though and good bathroom reading because there are very little words lol

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jojo

    This book teaches the Human how to live with ethics, shows him a better way for living in love and peace with himself, relatives, people around him and the whole nature... So many advices presented it in short forms.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Wells

    Now, I see why this is the fastest growing "religion" it works on our hope of happily ever after. It makes you believe you are good but society is bad. The funny thing is people make up society. Hum? Now, I see why this is the fastest growing "religion" it works on our hope of happily ever after. It makes you believe you are good but society is bad. The funny thing is people make up society. Hum?

  23. 4 out of 5

    Strider

    I havent read anything like this before. I agreed with the statements but there were almost nothing new to me and I believe things are not that easy as it was stated in the book and it is nearly not enough. Although it was not bad and actually I really liked the last three advices.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Casey

    So I picked up after watching an episode of Leah Remini's Aftermath TV show out of curiosity. It was so bad I couldn't continue listening. If L Ron Hubbard's book are this poorly written, I'm not sure how so many have joined Scientology. So I picked up after watching an episode of Leah Remini's Aftermath TV show out of curiosity. It was so bad I couldn't continue listening. If L Ron Hubbard's book are this poorly written, I'm not sure how so many have joined Scientology.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Chauran

    Simplistic but weird, I'm using these precepts in a discussion group. Simplistic but weird, I'm using these precepts in a discussion group.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Aubrey Fletcher

    One of the most wonderful books for any person, of any religion. Clearly a book to keep one on the straight path, Not just for happiness, but for spiritual guidance.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Andy Nolch

    Wow! What an interesting book. I do feel after reading it like I know a lot more about life and am wiser. I can use this information at work. We need this taught at high school!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Abderrahmane Ouatirou

    Happiness is an inside job. You have to know who you are. Also do or don't do the things you want other people do ot don't do to you!!! Happiness is an inside job. You have to know who you are. Also do or don't do the things you want other people do ot don't do to you!!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Aysha Altunaiji

    Its a book to teach kids or teens how to be happy.. it didn't add much to me . Its a book to teach kids or teens how to be happy.. it didn't add much to me .

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gwendry Ramadhany

    nice to read, simple and make me realize that i've to do better than before nice to read, simple and make me realize that i've to do better than before

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