The formula for happiness —not so complicated after all?

The Norwegian philosopher Arne Næss defined happiness in a formula in his book Life’s Philosophy published 1999

Næss was 88 years old 1999 and writes in Life’s Philosophy that the well-being, W experienced by a person, is equal to the square of passion, P that we experience when we do something, divided by the sum of our sufferings S, bodily and mental sufferings…