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Whistleblower Single Issue - December 2011

FINDING TRUE HAPPINESS IN AN INSANE WORLD

Until recently the freest, wealthiest and happiest nation on earth, America, has become the scene of wall-to-wall conflict and polarization, anxiety and depression, anger and violence, and – if you go to Washington, D.C. – subversion and tyranny.

What are becoming increasingly hard to find in today's America are genuine happiness, joy and hope.

Indeed, with each passing year, virtually all nations seem to be accelerating further and further away from peace, prosperity, security and sanity – an ominous trend reflected in the troubled moral and spiritual lives of their citizens. According to an astonishing new study, almost 40 percent of Europeans are "mentally ill," while 1 in 10 Americans are taking dangerous, mood-altering antidepressants, with tens of millions more depending on other drugs, legal and illegal, to relieve the pain of conflict-ridden lives.

Fortunately, the December issue of WND's acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine not only explores these questions in-depth, but also manages to shine a bright light on some life-changing answers.

"FINDING TRUE HAPPINESS IN AN INSANE WORLD" is an inspiring, challenging and cutting-edge exploration of what brings true happiness, wholeness and even holiness in a world that seems to be racing in the opposite direction.

"Faith, joy, hope, happiness – many of us have grown so doubtful and cynical in this godless era that we question whether these wonderful things even exist, let alone whether we can have them ourselves," says WND managing editor David Kupelian. "This issue of Whistleblower explores these issues in a refreshing and, at times, surprisingly helpful way."

Highlights of the December issue include:

  • "The key to true happiness" by Joseph Farah, who explores the question from both a national and individual vantage point

  • "The road map for living more happily" by Chuck Norris, who after noting ominously that "for the first time, kids are likely to have shorter life spans than their parents," proceeds to offer specific advice on how to live a happier and healthier life

  • "Almost 40 percent of Europeans are 'mentally ill,'" on a shocking new study showing an extraordinarily high level of stress and misery in Europe – while also revealing that America is not far behind

  • "Don't pursue happiness!" by Greg Laurie, in which the popular evangelical pastor asks why people always seem to look for fulfillment in all the wrong places

  • "Blessed art thou" – what the Good Book says about finding happiness

  • "Happy people live longer" – a new study showing a "definite connection between happiness and longevity"

  • "The secret curse of celebrity" by David Kupelian, an in-depth exploration of why wealth, fame, talent and beauty so often cause people to self-destruct – and where real contentment and fulfillment can be found

  • "Attitude" by Charles Swindoll, on the secret to real freedom, regardless of how stressful the circumstances or great the deprivation

  • "If" by Rudyard Kipling – the classic inspirational verse often called the "Brits' favorite poem"

  • "Finding God in hell" by Admiral Jeremiah Denton, an incredibly moving account of survival and redemption in a filthy prison cell by the famed POW and U.S. senator

  • "Military praises 'fantastic' new therapy for overcoming stress" by David Kupelian, on a simple technique that is going viral in the U.S. military and, by all accounts, bringing rapid improvement to both soldiers and their families

  • "Why conservatives are happier than liberals" by Dennis Prager, who claims he has discovered "an amazingly simple way to defeat the left"

  • "Imagine there's a heaven" by Bob Just, an uplifting and powerfully thought-provoking look at you and God

  • and much more!

  • "There's a lot I could say about the December issue," says Kupelian. "But let this suffice: I've headed up Whistleblower since before it was even called Whistleblower – going way back to when I started with WND as managing editor in September of 1999 – and this may just be the best issue we've ever put out. It's certainly one of my very favorites."

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