The Way to Happiness Foundation Sets the Course for a Brighter Future at Nashville's Earth Day Celebration

Top Quote Nashville's Earth Day Celebration at Centennial Park was a family-fun day of eco-friendly activities and information. Many groups were able to participate including The Way to Happiness Foundation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 23, 2013 - The Nashville Chapter of the Way to Happiness Foundation (TWTH) was happy to partake in the festivities and excitement at the Earth Day Celebration in Nashville, TN on April 20th. "It is always great to go out into the community and help people understand ways to take care of themselves and the environment around them, but Earth Day offers a special opportunity to reach out to others of like mind," says Chris Hays who organizes the local TWTH.

    When Earth Day began in 1970, it was the spark of a movement for the environment. Today, there are numerous groundbreaking laws focused on care of the Earth and making it more livable. "More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world," according to

    The Nashville Earth Day Celebration took special care to acknowledge those who are environment friendly, even going so far as to have valet parking for bicyclists.

    "Earth Day really is an exciting time," says Hays, "It feels as though we are making inroads every year and are doing something really worthwhile."

    TWTH was officially launched in Nashville in January of 2012. An international organization, The Way to Happiness Foundation is based on the book of the same title by L. Ron Hubbard which was written in 1981. The book covers twenty-one precepts to better survival in today's world, such as "Don't Do Anything Illegal" and "Take Care of Yourself."

    There are two precepts in the book that apply specifically to events such as Earth Day. These are "Set a Good Example" and "Safeguard and Improve Your Environment." The first is quite clear. The second goes into more detail: "The idea that one has a share in the planet and that one can and should help care for it may seem very large and, to some, quite beyond reality. But today what happens on the other side of the world, even so far away, can effect what happens in your own home."

    For more information on the Earth Day festival, visit For more information on The Way to Happiness, visit

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