We often assume that we are in charge of our moods, but are we really? To be sure, we are always in a mood. In fact, you cannot be alive and not be in a mood of some kind.
When I was 7 years old, I came home from school to find my hysterical mother feverishly trying to clean up the mess that was left over after my father had hastily moved out of the house. While I
“The beauty and mystery of this world only emerges through affection, attention, interest and compassion. . . open your eyes wide and actually see this world by attending to its colors, details and irony.” ― Orhan Pamuk, My Name is Red. Affection is
Psychologists at the the University of Chicago Wisdom Research discovered that there is a big difference in emotional response and moral decision-making among people who speak more than one language. Apparently, the foreign language speakers are more likely to be
“What are you afraid of?” “I don’t know.” “You would have no reason to worry. You are his daughter. Why do you doubt his love?” “He left us.” “Does one thing exclude the other?” “Yes.” “Why? Love has so many