- In a new study, researchers have found that increase in happiness is directly proportional with a reduction in mortality. The study, which focused on Singaporeans aged 60 years and older, found that even small increments in happiness may be beneficial, suggesting individual activities as well as government policies and programs that maintain or improve psychological well-being may contribute to longer life.
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I love people who make me laugh, when i do not even want to smile!
Laughter is the best medicine. I do not dispute it. However when i see many seniors in a park front of my house each day, laughing their heart out, i am however a bit concerned. Reasons are few and simple.
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Lately some Ted talk discussions, led me to quickly download a book, “ Daring Greatly” by B Brown. No doubt this is a great book that actually helps understand not alone, how we behave, but also how we think and analyse situations around us. But there is More…..
Read More “There is only one way to live- it is to live daringly, dangerously and courageously.”
Quantum Of Contentment, Happiness & Bliss | Deepak M Ranade Article on Speakingtree.in.
Is contentment merely a virtue? Is it a neuro-hormonal complex that is part of one’s personality?