I would love to be happier, as I’m sure most people would, so I thought it would be interesting to find some ways to become a happier person that are actually backed up by science. Here are ten of the best ones I found.Read More
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We often just interpret happiness with the ‘Self ‘– fulfillment of self needs and self goals. But this definition makes me often think – is this what being a human is all about ? Are we just next to animals, who are born, eat, prey, mate and die. Doesn’t this meaning stress on the end of Humanity and place us next to animals? I have been thinking of this a lot. And I stumbled upon this beautiful article written by Emily Esfahani Smith, which so much answers my questions. What is life ? What is our purpose in life...Read More
For the first time in history, great numbers of people – at all ages in all places, of every political persuasion – have begun settling down as singletons. ~ Eric KlinenbergRead More
Some people think of “being alone” as a bad thing. It either means you’re anti-social, or unwanted, neither of which are a good position to be in.
But actually, being alone isn’t’ necessarily a bad thing, as there are a handful of benefits that emerge once you learn to embrace solitude.
Below are ten amazing things that will happen in your life when you start to enjoy being alone.
1 Logical Reasoning – Logic Smart Calculating, classifying, and finding patterns are all your strong suits. You like to experiment, solve puzzles, and identify relationships. You light up at the idea of a “deductive reasoning” exercise. This is the other most highly regarded intelligence in traditional education, so you’ve probably done well in school. Logical-Reasoning careers: Scientists, computer programmers, inventors To cultivate Logical-Reasoning intelligence: Play logic and pattern games like Sudoku, organize a collection, develop and prove a hypothesis, find the pattern in a poem Famous people with Logical-Reasoning intelligence: Nicola Tesla, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates 2 Verbal Linguistic –...Read More
Traveling alone may be the single best catalyst for personal growth.Read More
Relationship guru Maggie Scarf relates a story about a memorable party she and her husband once gave. As she tells it, a somewhat plastered guest overturned a punch bowl, which landed in the leek soup. Two couples left with the wrong spouses, several noisy quarrels broke out, and Scarf herself seriously considered leaving and staying at the neighbors’ for the night, since none of the guests would have noticed anyway. After all the guests had finally departed, Scarf and her husband stood and looked at the river of litter and debris that remained. Their gaze met and Scarf opened...Read More
Intelligence is not an attribute exclusive to men.
On why Men Shouldn’t Fear Strong, Successful And Intelligent Women. Mind Talk by Manel Blanco
Get your thoughts published on The Minds Journal too, login/register on www.themindsjournal.com to submit.Read More
For some time now, I have been noticing this constant pressure from my self and others to be happy. I probably get asked this question at least once every couple of days, are you happy? Whether it is, are you happy at your job, are you happy with your partner or are you happy with your current situation? I have been wondering why we put so much pressure on ourselves, and others to be what we call “happy”. What is being happy? Following my curiosity and train of thought while moving through the feelings I found myself asking a...Read More
Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something.Read More
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