Since happiness is so heavily anchored to our capacity for presence and so diminished by our mind-wandering, the ability to truly see when we look at the world — something that takes time, practice, and awareness that youth rarely affords — is central to our sense of well-being – Maria Popova
This commentary by Maria Popova is consistent with the work of Martin Seligman and others. These theories underlie much of the teaching, planning, training, and coaching work of Empowered Wealth.
What George Eliot Teaches Us about the Life-Cycle of Happiness and the Science of Why We’re Happier When We’re Older
“One has to spend so many years in learning how to be happy.” Much like creativity is a skill rather than a gift and genius the product o
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