Jun 22, 2013-- "We start out in life thinking that we're awesome. We can dance in public as 5-year-olds and not care what others think of us. By the time we're adults, that's driven out of us." We doubt, judge, and criticize ourselves as we strive for happiness. In this article, Leo Babauta discusses how to reclaim contentment and why it can be a better thing to strive for than happiness. In this piece the author of Zen Habits discusses the role of self-trust in attaining contentment, and offers up three helpful practices. (34379 reads)
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