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Society has never been more dysfunctional, and we are being faced with the gravest of problems, from gun violence to prejudice, from oppression to sexism. Each and every tier of existence seems to be afflicted by these problems, which are far more common than you’d think.

Author TM Hoy joins Paul this week to talk about the root of these issues, all symptoms of a deeper sickness in society, and how repairing these root causes within ourselves will lead to a wider cure throughout the world today.

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About Marc Hoy

Marc is the author of his new book LASTING HAPPINESS.  Marc is a happiness expert, but he came by it at great cost and through unthinkable hardship.

When Marc says: “What is happiness?  Where does it come from, and how do you get it?” you should know it’s a question he’s had the time to consider…a LOT of time to consider.

In 1995 Marc returned from an overnight business trip to his home in Thailand to find a panicked house guest and a dead person on the floor between them.  His choices: go immediately to the police and turn his friend in for the murder he’d committed or help his friend cover up the murder and pray it was never discovered.

Marc made the wrong decision and spent 5 years in Thailand’s most notorious prison with death and decay surrounding him, his own well-being in constant peril, and happiness an elusive emotion of the past – one he’d surely never experience again.  But he did.

From the depths of despair, bit-by-bit, he created his own happiness – a lasting happiness – and it saw him through the most difficult, painful period of his entire life.  And now he’s ready to share the things he learned.  LASTING HAPPINESS  is a field guide for the rest of us as we go through life trying to find our own happiness.

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