This was celebrated on the 20th of March World Happiness Day Therefore United Nations (United Nations Organization) Publish a report to discover the happiest and unhappiest countries in the world.
According to the study prepared by the United Nations Network for Solutions for Sustainable Development, Finland is the happiest country in the world for the sixth consecutive year. followed by Denmark and Iceland.
the Experts detail that common factor in countries They are considered the happiest in the world who are in the highest positions, is Resilience in the face of recent challenges. Resilience is the ability to adapt to adverse situations with positive results.
Finland tops the list
Many people who live in the south It may be hard to believe that a person who lives in areas with little daylight during the winter can be happy. But the Finns make the most of their winter, with the help of the country’s plethora of saunas. “While some countries might be on the verge of hysteria if they suddenly experienced winter weather in Finland, Finns have learned not only to adapt to winter, but to thrive in it,” an article in The Guardian states. Helsinki Times.