All for one!
The other factors that Finland scores high are social support, freedom to make choices, trust and generosity. You see? People seem to be happier when they have a strong sense of togetherness. That they belong to the community and society and have trust with each other.
Trust is one of the most fundamental elements of a happy society. If you have trust in people, then you need less control and you spend less energy trying to feel safe. The feeling that others or society can support you reduces anxiety and boosts happiness. They are all interconnected.
This is probably why Finland and the other Nordic countries are the happiest countries in the world. Denmark 2nd, Norway 3rd and Iceland 4th. Impressive right?
So, let’s all become active members of the global happiness movement and work towards “happytalism”. A society where the happiness and well-being of the people matter more than money.