Philosophy - A Guide to Happiness: with Alain DeBotton. Nietzsche didn’t think it was enough to suffer, if hardship is all it took then all of us would be happy. The challenge is to respond well to suffering, to create it to make something beautiful. Nietzsche says all lives have failure in them, it is the manner in which failure is met. Nietzsche often wished misfortune on his friends, because he thought hardship is a necessary evil out of which if these friends were skilled they might be able to harvest beautiful things. Video then goes into Nietzsche’s early life. They vidsit the house he grew up in. Video is good quality, photography is good and narrator’s voice is clear. Video is appropriate for high school students.