Aug 2, 2013-- Research shows that most people spend up to 50 percent of their time in their heads - a tendency that does nothing to increase our happiness and in fact has been proved to be detrimental to it. Instead of being habitually consumed by thoughts of the past or of trying to control the future, mindfulness is a way of engaging with the present moment. It's a mode of being that helps increase clarity and peace of mind. This delightfully illustrated piece offers up five practical ways in which we can bring mindfulness to the mundane. (81385 reads)
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If there is meaning in life at all, then there must be meaning in suffering.
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