How can one be effectively honest with others who have suffered a tragedy and are in denial? How does one help them overcome this denial and pursue happiness realistically — that is, on the basis of a realistic view of their situation? Here is my answer.
Throughout history happiness has been a central and controversial topic, as it embraces our entire being that forever aspires to it in numerous and often contradictory ways. After a quarter century of relentless investigation, here is what I have to say about it.
Four Enduring Truths
There are enduring truths about ourselves that we sometimes don’t see or remember. What are they? They are truths that were recognized thousands of years ago, and have stood the test of time. Here are a four of them, and some ideas about how to use this knowledge. Enduring Truths About Self Interest We are […]
Saurabh Sharma – “Bitter Truth”
Do you know What Really hurts me? Is that, WE ALL (LOVERS/SOCIETY/PARENTS/EVERYONE) Think we are Fine. we think we are All right, ‘n we are Really Happy. It Really Hurts because Nothing Is All right. Because despite of everything we think can make us forget our true nature, We cannot get over the innate humane […]