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A close friend suggested to me that I write this little book simply because he didn't know of another person who led a happier, more contented life. I was hesitant at first. After all, I have no formal qualifications in this or any other field; and I'm certainly no new-age guru.

  Sure, I'm happy, and would continue to be so if the world stopped turning and I could remain in my present situation forever. But I can't see myself as a mentor. I wouldn't know where to start. I don't even read self-help books - I don't need to.

  In retrospect, however, it wasn't always as pleasant. I've had my fair share of ups and downs, have made plenty of mistakes and poor decisions along the way. But, in the main, I've usually managed to set things straight before I've moved on. And I have learned from my experiences.

  Eventually bending to my friend's persuasive insistence, I agreed to try. If nothing else, I would fail miserably and that would get him off my back. I relived good and bad times; wrote about situations that irritated or tended to manipulate me; I recalled solutions I'd employed; and invented some I wished I had.

  The end result is A Season of Happiness which I, personally, have been living for a number of years now. I will be happier still if this little book encourages others to seek and discover that point in their lives where they wish for no more nor less than they have and are simply happy to be who they are.

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