“Locus of control” is the extent to which individuals believe that they have control over an event in their lives. Having a more internal locus of control means we believe we have more control over the event. Having a more external locus of control means we believe that outside forces (other people, the environment, God, […]
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I have a challenge for you – but first I want to write a little about universal compassion. Many religions and philosophies hold “universal compassion” as a moral value that we should try to practice in our everyday life. It is best defined as a desire to alleviate the suffering of others, and it is […]
Allowing ourselves to occasionally indulge in pleasures without feeling guilty can be a healthy practice in the long-run.
Everything is in a constant state of flux, including our sense of self. We learn to accept ourselves only once we learn to accept the impermanence of ourselves.
“The greatest threat to freedom is the absence of criticism.” Wole Soyinka I have a nasty (yet often rewarding) habit of finding ways to critique nearly everything. Sometimes it really irritates people. They think I’m trying to show off or I’m being pedantic, but I just like progress. One time while critiquing a friend’s opinion […]