Narconon International has been delivering the Narconon First Step program to The Way to Happiness school children in Mazatlan to help bring drug awareness and drug rehabilitation solutions to their community. One section of the Narconon First Step program utilizes The Way to Happiness to help others live a happier life.
Narconon First Step and “The Way to Happiness” School for the children of Mazatlan.
A volunteer helps poor children in Mazatlan, State of Sinola, Mexico to learn about ethics and precepts toward happiness.
As a teacher of The Way to Happiness, I think the book is marvelous.
Really following the 21 precepts, we can flourish and prosper.
I learned many things in The Way to Happiness.
I learned that drugs are substances that damage your body
and make you not be in present time.
Also, that you should clear your misunderstood words so you can understand The Way to Happiness.
You should try to speak the truth. You should find the truth that actually benefits you.
We can be great.
I learned greatly how to detect false data.
And I know how to interpret this for my workshop students.
I let them know that when someone comes and gives them false data about drugs,
it is because of that person’s interest, his own purposes.
It’s for his own benefit. These people only intend harm,
to intoxicate the world with drugs.
Therefore, I let these children know they are truly valuable.
The book The Way to Happiness has helped me a lot.
For me it is a beautiful book.
It tells us many things to live better.
And the precepts have helped me a lot, too.
to treat others as I would like them to treat me, and to understand life more.
“Flourish and Prosper” —
means “You should not pay attention to other people.
who say you shouldn’t do something
that you can do, just ignore them.
Continue to believe what you believe, not what they say.
Following the 21 precepts of The Way to Happiness,
they will find something good, shining in their lives.
This is what I think of The Way to Happiness.
The book The Way to Happiness is one part of the Narconon First Step Program,
a charitable service of Narconon International for rehabilitation centers, schools, and prisons in Mexico.
Get more information on the Narconon First Step Drug Withdrawal