Now you understand Just why my head’s not bowed. . . It’s in the click of my heels, The bend of my hair, . . . Phenomenal Woman by Maya Angelou
Ingratitude will do you in . . . so says a Twi proverb. Gratitude is good for you . . . so says positive psychologists.
To bring all the apparent paradoxes of positive psychology together, we need to learn some maths about planes rather than lines. Though not obviously connected, contemporary commentary on positive psychology hangs together when we listen to Mandelbrot and other mathematicians.
What doe it take to feel good about the world around us? And to succeed as a team?
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Find a quiet place where you have a moment to enter your imagination and notice your own reactions. Then read… Read more Why do we abandon our hopes? A visceral demo.
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