"Happiness" Blogs & Blog Posts

Knowledge and WisdomKnowledge and Wisdom

This blog provides a secret map that takes you right to the heart of you ow...

 
Thought MedicineThought Medicine

Exploring the Power of Mind from Science to Spirituality

 
Freedom and FlourishingFreedom and Flourishing

This blog explores links between freedom (liberty) and human flourishing

 
Three Beautiful ThingsThree Beautiful Things

Every day I write about three things that have amused or delighted me.

 


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If you grow up in the city you will notice a lot of changes happening around you as you get older. Buildings get torn down and others will be built up in their place. Your favorite movie theater will become a gas station will become a parking lot. Th...

Dan Buettner has travelled the planet looking for ways to make people happy and has found that the best thing one can do is be relaxed about the whole thing. He wrote a book, The Blue Zones of Happiness,  that basically says happiness is a journey,...

I have written previously about four major goals that one pursues in life: to recap they are Happiness, Success, Meaning and Morality. I have increasingly come to regard them as forming a stage wise progression- one moves from Happiness to Success to...

People sometimes ask what is the purpose of life? Why should we exist or chose to continue existing? To them I typically pose a counter question, what purpose would *you* like to have for life and can you live your life ‘as if’ that is th...

If you have ever wondered what goes on to make an effective teacher, this research paper by Angela Duckworth and colleagues, throws some light on the issue. Teaching is a stressful job; in majority of cases, you are not able to see the impact of you...

"Sometimes we are just the collateral damage in someone else's war against themselves." ~ Lauren EdenI'm a sensitive soul. I feel things very deeply, sometimes more intensely than others around me do or possibly should. I experience, suffer and bear...

"Ignoring the signs is a good way to end up at the wrong destination." ~ UnknownThe tale of the Walrus, the Carpenter and the Little Oysters has much to tell us or nothing at all. Depending on who you are talking to that is. I guess this could be sai...