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 […]
Posts Tagged ‘Empathy’
Krista and Tatiana are a remarkable pair of twins. Conjoined at the head, they share neurological wiring that allows them to sense each other’s experiences.
Napoleon Hill’s “Invisible Counselors Technique” is a great imaginative exercise used to aid creativity and problem-solving.
“There are two things that don’t have to mean anything; one is music, and the other is laughter.” Immanuel Kant The psychology of laughter UCLA professor of cognitive neuroscience Sophie Scott explains the psychology behind laughter. She starts off by explaining how during states of high emotional arousal (whether joy or pain) we often use […]