Kindness, awareness, and wisdom are fun. the book Have Fun by Gregory C. Buia doesn’t tell you why, it makes you feel it.

Are you happy? What is happiness? How does a person become happy? Let economists and philosophers ponder those big vagaries. What’s easy to identify is fun. A person knows when they are having fun. What makes this book special is that it shows you new and easy ways to have fun, that lead to more fun in the future. It’s also all questions, so it will draw you in like no other book.

It uses Harry Potter and the Little Prince; Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda; and songs by Bob Dylan, The Beatles, and Lady Gaga as examples. You’ll also learn about meditation without any of the mystery or confusion. This book doesn't address enjoying life more as an unfathomable mystery, but instead explores how to be aware of more fun every day as you live your life.

When a person discovers the existence of civil disobedience or times zones they build new intellectual infrastructure to use to experience the world. This book contains many opportunities for the expansion of your intellectual infrastructure

This is an optimistic book. It’s written from the perspective that fun is what we can trust to show us what’s most important in life. It will take you up high to the edge of what written language can communicate and show you that what’s beyond is beautiful and inspiring.

Every sentence in this book ends with a question mark. It is more than six hundred questions over more than 70 pages. As question after question goes by a unique feeling of freedom to explore your world in a new way will emerge.

A portion of the proceeds from every book sold will go to providing refugees worldwide with help and protection.


"Greg's book is a compendium of very thought-provoking questions ranging from the amusing to the existential, the scientific to the inspiring."

-Pamela Jaye Smith, Author of Inner Drives

"Gregory C. Buia's Have Fun doesn't tell the reader how to have more fun, but asks with simple universal questions, and frequent whimsical twists." 

-Westford CAT News Online