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Edition bears the title “Happiness can’t be bought!” Dresden, L & T. On October 15, 2013, the new issue of life & death appears forum for new cultural dimensions”. Titled happiness can’t be bought!”the numerous articles are devoted to the diversity of the theme of luck himself this time. It is not something Jorge Perez would like to discuss. So will reported happiness as a school subject, inter alia, of the blind climbers Andy Holzer presented investigated the combination of Carnival and death and in the travel report discussed the question, whether you can be really happy in a Godforsaken area like the Czech Polish border. Also is about the happiest and unhappiest regions in Germany reported and traced the path of Annet Bick who was involuntarily due to a tumor in the heart of the fortune seeker. “Topics in Book 413 happiness can’t be bought!” theme: happiness can be learned “how changed a new school subject teaching.

The path to a fulfilling life. More knowledge: by the Lucky to have dementia”people with dementia living in the here and now and fear is hardly what comes. “Way of life: an involuntary happiness seeker” Annet Bick is 42 years old, when the doctor opened her, that she has a tumor in the heart. “Travel: travel in the no man’s land” can you be happy in a Godforsaken area like the Czech Polish border? “Life: a blind man opens our eyes” Andy Holzer sees nothing. Still he ventures into steep faces and extreme heights. “Mythology: transition to a new life” death and salvation in Hinduism and Buddhism.

Part 5 of our series on world religions. “Spotlight on: Carnival and death are sibling” the Carnival is colourful happy anarchy. And yet include the death. u. v. m. “The magazine life & death forum for new cultural dimensions” is published four times a year in print and online versions. The price per issue is 3.50. The magazine is as a single issue and subscription inter alia via the online portal and available at all major station and airport bookshops.

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