Happiest people

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu | Friday, January 5, 2018
TO understand why we've been judged the happiest people in the world one would have had to have visited and experienced the many other countries and cultures in the rest of the world.

And to really appreciate home one would need to have lived abroad to realise just how good we have it.

Those of us who seek to move abroad to more developed countries do so in the interest of materialism.

On the contrary, thousands of people from those developed countries would do anything to escape materialism to find happiness in the Fiji Islands.

We have a simple lifestyle based on strong spiritual values. In the heart of the South Pacific, we are blessed with 332 tropical islands and 522 smaller islets, many with stunning white sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons, thriving reefs, lush jungles, secluded waterfalls and a pristine natural environment.

We have a warm tropical climate and we are rich in natural resources.

Such qualities are the basis that make us the people we are!

If you still don't get it you are most likely staying in an urban centre seeking materialism as well.

Get out and go and experience the real Fiji for it is not only beautiful, but awesome. Never underestimate our quality and charisma.

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