You're not happier because you turn your brain off. You're happier because you encourage yourself to think more deeply about what actually matters. --Charles Duhigg

Finding Joy: The Science of Happiness

Finding Joy: The Science of Happiness

Aug 29, 2017-- We long to find more joy in our daily pursuits even though life has taught us it's not so easy. New discoveries in neuroscience offer insight into how we can develop a brighter state of heart and mind. Our choices are more than a temporary glitch in the brain, it turns out. Learn why it's better to sometimes allow love for the fractured and suffering humanity around and inside us to enter our busy field of action, as we work our way toward happiness. (8239 reads)


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