‘A proverb is a short sentence based on long experience’, so said Miguel de Cervantes. This week’s proverb: “You cannot run with the hare and hunt with the hounds.”
Feeling isolated isn’t so much about being alone, as it is about feeling like we are in it alone. With quotes from Jung, Donne & more.
What if things really are as desperate as we think? With no silver lining in sight, we must simply endure. With quotes from Seneca, Virgil & more.
‘A proverb is a short sentence based on long experience’, so said Miguel de Cervantes. “If you lie down with dogs, you will get up with fleas.”
So, there has been a change of plan. The challenge presented to us time and time again, is to maintain balance. With quotes from Longfellow, Aurelius & more.
In his 2004 paper, George A. Bonanno looks at resilience and how many professionals dismiss or underestimate it. He asks- does everyone need help?
The difference between being busy and productive is just about everything. Which are we? With quotes from H.D Thoreau, W. Penn & more.
What can we do on the days when we can’t get a handle on negative emotions? Sometimes, the best we can hope for, is not to ruin another person’s day. With quotes from Malik, Aurelius & more.
We so deeply need people that we often forget the importance of boundaries. But what are we giving up in surrendering our boundaries? Quotes from G. Fisher & more.
In his 1841 essay ‘Friendship’, R. W. Emerson looks at two basic elements that go into the composition of true friendship. With quotes from the essay.