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Leo Bormans studied at the University of Louvain, has a master's degree in languages and philosophy, and was a teacher in languages and communication and a journalist. He works for the Ministry of Education in Belgium as editor in chief of Klasse, a range of magazines, web sites, internet TV and activities for teachers, parents, pupils and students. He is the author of 100 percent Positivo, about finding optimism in everyday living, and the award-winning children's book, Every Day's a Party! He lives in Leopoldsburg, Belgium.
'The World Book of Happiness acts as a good lead-in to considering happiness as being an important issue that may well have a bearing on world peace. In fact, the Chairman of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, apparently sent copies of this book as his New Year's gift to world leaders. Students of positive psychology might find it provides good direction for further reading. Individuals aware of their own feeling states may find it useful to judge which of the listed happiness circumstances affects their lives' John Buchanan, Winnipeg Free Press.