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  • 阿鱼


    <zen and the act of making a living.-G Boldz What are you commited to now? Goal can maximize our potential for happiness: involve growth, connection and contribution. Self-concordant: deep personal conviction& strong interest.

    2018-03-24 11:57   1人喜欢

  • 阿鱼


    Do not get stuck in the past, allow yourselves to experience happiness in the present. Do no rehearse your unsatisfying histories, attempt to live first as rat racers and hten as hedonist. A happy or happier life is rarely shaped by some extraordinary life-changing event; rather it is shaped incrementally, experience by experience, moment by moment. To realized, to make real, life's potential ...

    2018-03-24 11:45   1人喜欢

  • 阿鱼


    Psychologist Tim Kasser shows in his research that time affluence is a consistent predictior of well-being, whereas material affluence is not. Time affluence is the feeling that one his sufficient time to pursue activitis that are personally meaningful, to reflect, to engage in leisure. Time poverty is the feeling htat one is consstantly stressed, rushed, overworked behind. All we need to do is...

    2018-03-24 11:40   1人喜欢

  • 阿鱼


    Accounts of terminally ill patients, with the capacities they always had- which seemed to be inadequate in making them happy before-their lives changed. They gianed no new knowledge but an acute awareness of what they knew all along. In other words, they had within them the knowledge of how they should live life. It was just that they ignored this knowledge or were not conscious of it. Books co...

    2018-03-24 11:36   1人喜欢

  • Q


    We learn to focus on the next goal rather than on our present experience and chase the ever-elusive future our entire lives. We are not rewarded for enjoying the journey itself but for the successful completion of a journey. Society rewards results, not processes; arrivals, not journeys.

    2016-08-02 17:05   1人喜欢

  • 長安

    長安 (stop and stare)

    Selecting self-concordant goals "is a difficult skill, requiring both accurate self-perceptual abilities and the ability to resist social pressures that may sometimes push one in inappropriate directions."

    2013-04-13 18:56   1人喜欢

  • 長安

    長安 (stop and stare)

    In his final interview, twentieth-century, scholar of mythology Joseph Campbell was asked by Bill Moyers whether he ever had the sense of "being helped by hidden hands": All the time. It is miraculous. I even have a superstition that has grown on me as a result of invisible hands coming all the time-namely, that if you do follow your bliss you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there...

    2013-04-13 18:47   1人喜欢

  • ▩

    Aristotle understood this when he wrote that "happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence," as did the Dalai Lama, who asserted that "whether one beleives in religion or not, whether one believes in this religion or that religion, the very purpose of our life is happiness, the very motion of our life is towards happiness." 结果到了160页: The Marxi...

    2012-10-07 20:37   1人喜欢

  • echo_要奋斗

    echo_要奋斗 (努力过,就不会后悔)

    豪斯医生说过 “people don't change”, 改变真的不容易,那么怎样做改变呢? 把你要做的事情变成一种仪式,一种庄严的仪式,每天都要执行的仪式。 "Incremental change is better than ambitious failure... Success feeds on itself" , 小小的改变,给我们前进的可行性和空间,最终,优秀会成为一种习惯。

    2012-06-02 13:14

  • 就坚持一次

    就坚持一次 (心头书要多,案头书要少)

    they were encouraged to take risks and find their stretch zone (the healthy median between their comfort and panic zones). Plato institutionalized the study of the good life in his Academy, while his star student, Aristotle, opened the competing Lyceum to promote his own take on flourishing Even though our generation—in most West- ern countries as well as in an increasing number of places in t...

    2020-07-10 22:39

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