“The mind is everything. What you think you become.” – Buddha
We all want to be happier, right? In our culture, we place so much emphasis – even pride – on our ability to manage numerous priorities. We rise early, tackle our work, stay late, go home, and hopefully have some energy left for family time and maybe even some fun.
People nowadays take less vacation, work longer days, and retire at a later age. As a result, our brains are stressed and pushed to extreme limits – even unhealthy limits. In short, many of our lives are difficult.
So what can we do about this culture that’s been ingrained into the fabric of our society? Perhaps the best – maybe even the simplest – thing to do is to change our brains. If we can change our brains, we can change our lives!
I know – you are probably…
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