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Archive for January 2017

Greatness within the grasp of all of us

Irena Sendler, when asked about the thousands of Jewish children she had saved during World War II, said, “I was no hero. I just did a regular thing.” This is a common sentiment of rescuers. In many ways, they are absolutely right. Greatness is within the grasp of all of us. We just need to…

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Turning anger into purpose

According to an article published by Greater Good at the University of California Berkeley, those with the best physical and emotional health are those who have “emodiversity”, people who experience the full range of emotions. Though I do tend to be a very positive person, I decided to try to become aware of my own…

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Progression a key to happiness

Miguel de Cervantes, the author of DON QUIXOTE, said, “The road is better than the inn.” This seems counterintuitive. Isn’t it in achieving our goal that we find satisfaction and joy? The road is long and tedious. How could that be better than arriving at our destination? Happiness researchers Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan have…

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Always look on the bright side of life

A song popularized by Monty Python tells us to “Always look on the bright side of life.” Is this always the best advice, however? According to a recent study published by the Association for Psychological Science, this only helps to bring happiness if we are dealing with a situation that we have no control over.…

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