The moments we really lIve In are tImes when we can do whatever we want.
Pollyanna, which has sold millions in many languages since its publication in 1913 and has been adapted to the cinema many times, once again confronts the reader with the concept of happiness, which is getting more and more difficult to describe.
It is time to take a closer look at the "glad game", which is an integral part of Pollyanna's life which is full of grief...
The glad game is not just the skill of finding something to make you feel happy in every negative experience. It is also about being aware that happiness can only be possible with work and effort.
Happiness is not unconditional and effortless.
Happiness is an action.
It is not belong to the one who expects it, but the one who can reinvent it for the benefit of others.
It is fraternal, not selfishly.