It is up to you whether you only want to be seen as good or want actually to be good and always do the right thing. From the perspective of others, it doesn’t matter. The only person who will know the difference is you.
Go back in your thoughts to your school days. You will probably recollect that some kids were popular and loved by everyone. They were volunteering to help others, always played for the team. Some kids were sitting in the corner… Read More ›
With its roots in Buddhism, the modern take on mindfulness starts with Jon Kabat-Zinn, a professor of medicine, who created a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program in 1979. Probably driven by the desire for broader adoption of the program and to… Read More ›