Happiness is a direction, not a place and this museum takes you in that very direction. The happiness museum in Denmark aptly tells you how important it is to be happy. The busy lives that people lead these days not only impacts our personal life but also of the people around us. All the stress, anxiety and pressure to be great, excelling and what not has turned people into bots running towards a dull goal, ignorant of what lies in the journey itself. The happiness Museum, Copenhagen Denmark will recondition these very ideals for you!
Denmark has consistently been one of the happiest countries across the world. the Copenhagen-based Happiness Research Institute has opened the world’s first happiness museum, taking into consideration how our lives are actively becoming devoid of the feeling. It is a 2,585-square-foot creation which was opened in July of 2020. Happiness Research Institute has been working in measurement of happiness in a more systematic manner and the results will actually make us sad!
There are various scales that keep a statistical track of happiness levels such as the World Happiness Report, which relies on the Gallup World Poll and this survey added various new parameters like the impact of social, urban and national environments on quality of life.
Opening the happiness museum in times of the pandemic seemed odd to some people but I believe it fits to a great extent considering how people have been hit by so much stress, anxiety, disbelief and hopelessness that any ray of hope becomes vital for sustenance. The CEO also said that they thought there might not be a lot of guests these days, but the world does need a little bit more happiness.
It is a beautiful place and a definite visit and you need the sunshine in your life so go visit!
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