Time, money, work and the meaning to life that we give.
We even find happiness, but the damn thing is hard to hold. Martin Seligman, father of Positive Psychology, clarifies this when he tells us about the 3 kinds of good lives.
On the other hand, the way the Chinese view time teaches us to live with more balance, seeing it as an ally.
Old friends matter. They connect us with inaccessible versions of ourselves, and to have them around we need to keep them in the everyday, trivial.
Being self-realized means using your potential and talents to the fullest. In this text we will understand how to do this and its relationship with happiness.
What are we in this world for? How to discover what moves us and brings us happiness? Where to start to discover our true purpose?
How to use the "One Thing" method to organize your ideas and your time to achieve your great life goal, which will make everyone else easier or even unnecessary.
Can we really detach ourselves from so many things we have to live a simpler life? Minimalism, essentialism and functional attachment for a cleaning of the house and the soul.
How much does changing countries hurt? What are the pains of saying goodbye to your land, your loved ones and facing an expatriate life?
Through faith and trust we find that peace of mind that allows us to live with less worry and more joy.