In my three previous posts I discussed how the philosophers, classicists, and psychologists present their own means of achieving happiness.
Unfortunately, each one by itself does not really get us to where we need to be. Each takes us along the road for a while but then abruptly stops and we are abandoned by the side of the road.
However, if you add the three together, you get something very special – a roadmap that you can rely on to get you to where you need to go.
The modern psychologists give us the road to follow for the first half of the journey. The classicists continue the road, around the corner, for the second half of the journey, and the ancient philosophers give us the distance blue horizon that we all are looking for. If you add the three together, you get a remarkable roadmap to the horizon – happiness.
But that is not all. There is much more to come.