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Twice as Wise has been in some ways, the core of what Project FUEL is all about. The first episode of season 2 encapsulates the expression of love in its most unnoticed and unappreciated forms. And we couldn’t just stop at that, could we? So here we are with the next installment of our brand new season. And this time, we want you to discover that ‘Happiness is a full time job.’

As always, we have our very own Deepak Ramola to guide you through the recruitment process. The seeds of this thought were sown into his mind courtesy of a Syrian refugee by the name of Hadi. What he had to say and the way he said it, makes for a truly beautiful hearing.

In this episode, we look at how happiness is usually perceived and how it is not. It speaks of Hadi, and how he crosses an open sea with a company of 40 other refugees to a land he looks at from behind his sunglasses. It speaks of how happy he felt while making a journey, irrespective of the circumstances he was making it in. And most importantly, it speaks of how he wants to be perceived as an individual, with dreams and aspirations of his own that stand out from the common tag of a refugee.

In the words of Albus Dumbledore, ‘Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if only one remembers to turn on the light.’

Watch the episode linked above to find out more.



About The Author

Project FUEL, founded in 2009 by Deepak Ramola, collects life lessons from people all over the world and turns them into interactive and performance activities, to pass on the learnings. The passing on happens by way of workshops, seminars, and sometimes even over coffee. Every life is important and so is what each person's life teaches them. At FUEL, life lessons are continuously collected, documented, thought about deeply and then turned into performance activities. This ensures that you don't just hear someone's lesson in words but experience it tangibly, and apply it practically in your own life. The organization seeks to build a community of young adults who live, learn and share in order to make meaningful psycho-social and emotional contribution to their lives, and the society at large. A life lesson that comes to us from another human being can shine light on the understanding of our own life. Hence the name FUEL, which stands for Forward the Understanding of Every Life Lesson.

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