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FROM THIS EPISODE

Four-time Grammy-winning hip hop artist and producer Pharrell Williams muses on whether there is a secret to happiness. Are we happier when we stay in the moment? Researcher Matt Killingsworth considers when humans are the most happy. Journalist Carl Honoré speaks in praise of slowness. Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness? LifeEdited CEO Graham Hill makes the case for taking up less space. Psychologist Dan Gilbert discusses the surprising science of happiness. Benedictine monk David Steindl-Rast suggests that happiness is born from gratitude.

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In Praise of Slowness

Carl Honore

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Guy Raz

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