by Ross Bishop Someone on Reddit wrote the following heartfelt plea: “My friend just died. I don’t know what to do.” Many people responded with words of encouragement, but one response in particular, by an older gentlemen named G. Snow, really stood out from the rest… Alright, here goes. I’m old. What that means is that I’ve survived (so far)Read more
Pretend there is a magnet at your core, unknown to you, silently pulling you towards a place you have read about but have been reluctant to go yourself. You see, you live in a space managed by your ego. It’s not an entirely peaceful space, but you’re accustomed to it.
You and I could both make the same mistake and you might forgive me, but you would be much harder on yourself. Why is that? What is that condemning voice and where does it come from?
We are changing our views about power. Power has been the dominant force in human society for thousands of years, but we are entering an age where the culture will demand a more collaborative approach to decision making.
People report stress as being the most vexing problem they face. First of all, stress feels like it is an external thing, but really it is an inside job. Stress is an internal reaction to an external threat, combined with the feeling that you will not be able to cope with the situation. And thus, you fear the outcome.