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theresgoodingoodbu
Jan 05, 2021
In Wellness Forum
Harvard and other scholarly studies attributed religion to life satisfaction. Scientific studies challenged this and attributed believers' "being happier" because of the social interaction, not because of God, prayer or belief. With the absence of fellowship, personal connections, and Sunday services (which was rated by believing Americans as top reason for "feeling satisfied" in life), would you still consider yourself happier than the non-religious people?
Is science correct that religious people aren't necessarily happier? content media
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