Happiness, The Series – Combo Set


Aristotle said, “Happiness is the one thing you can choose for itself – everything else is chosen for the sake of happiness.“ In this one phrase, he reveals how happiness affects our view of ourselves, success, purpose in life – and yes – even our happiness. This one concept controls what we pursue in life and career – and who we choose as our friends and spouses – just about everything we believe and hold dear.

Our high school students need to seriously engage this question in order to make sense out of their lives, their studies, and themselves. Fr. Robert Spitzer has devised a program called “The Four Levels of Happiness” which helps students (and teachers) better understand their options for happiness and purpose in life – and to recognize the traps and pitfalls of delaying decisions, and selecting unwisely.

In these 7 episodes, students will encounter the major ideas and principles underlying their happiness – as well as its two related issues – transcendent eternal life and the purpose of suffering. Read the review from Matthew Zaro Fisher, PhD.

This combo pack includes:

  • Happiness, the Series – 7 Episode video series.
  • Happiness, the Workbook

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Two lively young narrators – Eric Johnson and Jennifer Milani – help to interpret world-renowned experts who provide contemporary evidence for God, the soul, the resurrection of Jesus, and the purpose of suffering. An illustrated, user-friendly Study Guide is also available with summaries, study questions, definitions, biographies, and references.

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This 7-episode video series is designed to answer the most fundamental questions affecting our lives — our happiness, purpose, dignity, and sense of destiny:

  1. What is happiness — and how can we be optimally happy?
  2. What makes life worth living — and even optimally worth living?
  3. Do we have a transcendent eternal soul through which God calls us to himself?
  4. Why does God allow suffering — and how can we suffer well?

The authors of this program selected world-renowned experts in these four areas to present the most contemporary scientific, medical, psychological, philosophical, and theological evidence to answer these questions. These interviews are framed within an accessible dialogue between two young people — Eric Johnson and Jennifer Milani – who help explain the experts’ major points and principles. An illustrated, user-friendly, Happiness, The Workbook is also available with summaries, study questions, definitions, biographies, and references.

Interviewees include: Eduardo Verastegui, Dr. Gary Habermas, Dr. John Lennox, Leah Darrow Dr. Jan Holden, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, John Chavez and our own Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., Ph.D.

Happiness, the Workbook

This workbook is designed to accompany the video series, Happiness, The Series. That said, it could be used on it’s own to get a solid basic understanding of how important happiness is in our lives. So many of us have no real idea of how to achieve lasting, pervasive happiness. What makes you happy? Maybe, like Fr. Spitzer, a good bowl of linguini does the trick. How about 3 hours later? Still happy?

How do we keep the happiness “buzz”. St. Theresa of Avila once said, “There are no sad saints”. H’mmm, That follows along the path of Fr. Spitzer’s Four Levels of Happiness. Start with Linguini and aspire to… well, you’ll have to check it out for yourself.

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There are 7 Chapters in the workbook, each corresponding to a DVD episode. There are time stamps in the workbook to tell you exactly where you can find particular spots in the video. This series should be a must for every high school student and their parents. Target level, high school Freshman and above.

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