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10 Deeply Moving Life Stories Remind You The Loveliness Of The World

With all political changes, wars, and oppression that are going on in the world today, we can easily fall under the influence of negative messages seen every day, and truly think that this is the end of the world. Yet, it all comes down to perspective. Yes, there are terrible things happening to good people, and so much injustice, but what we focus on is ultimately our own choice. If we decide to look at the positive, we would soon witness to so much more love, compassion, help and generosity,…

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Why I Mute The World To Save My Brain

How often do you find yourself quietly on your own in this noisy world? Even when you’re at work, out of the 7 to 8 hours, how many of them are your own quiet hours? A study at the University of California, Irvine, found that a typical office worker’s focused quiet time is only 11 minutes in-between interruptions on average,[1] and it actually takes 25 minutes to resume to work after any interruptions. The noise and interruptions are badly affecting our work efficiency, and in fact, our life too. Our…

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These Ideas Are Categorised As "What Seems Awesome Until You Tried it", by Over 1000 Reddit Users Around The World

Have you dreamed of saving a budget to travel around the world and never coming back? Is the fantasy of completing a full marathon race in a year in your to-do list? We all have this kind of fantasies in getting things we long for and think that “this idea will be awesome!”. Until you tried it, however, you wish you never asked for it. A Reedit user has recently asked a question “What seems awesome until you try it?” and over four thousands replies were received within several hours….

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See What Over 1000 Quora Users Around The World Would Recommend If You Can Only Read Once In Your Life

When asked to pick only one book to recommend to someone, most people would agree that it is quite a difficult task. Firstly, because there are so many great pieces that it seems unfair to pick just one. Secondly, definition of a great book varies from person to person. Yet, when asked what would be the one they would recommend if someone could only read once in their life, most Quora users opted for books that greatly influenced their thinking and ideas about life. Go through the list and see…

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5 Habits That The Smartest People In The World Have In Common

A lot of people seem to believe that successful people spend a majority of their time working overtime and frequently have sleepless nights. It would be a very big mistake to equate success with that of a person who has a workaholic mindset. It may be surprising to you, but many of the world’s smartest people take their weekends to relax and spend time with their family, themselves, and their goals. Have you ever wondered what some of the world’s smartest people did to help them achieve their goals? Check…

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Alone Time Is When I Distance Myself From The Voices Of The World So I Can Hear My Own

“#Alone #time is when I #distance #myself #from the #voices of the world so I can #hear my own.” -Oprah Many people associate happiness with companion, and alone time with loneliness. But alone time isn’t only beneficial, it’s necessary for one to recharge his energies. Below are 10 illustrations by Lifehack illustrator Kirstie Mok that portray how great it feels to spend alone time. Do you find these familiar? Enjoy! 1. It’s hard to get bored when you have a laptop with you 2. When you read quietly, you can…

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The Songs You Listen To Can Change The Way You See The World, A Study Finds

Have you ever wondered why music can affect your mood? A mournful tune can move us to tears moments after we were happy and not sad at all, or an upbeat tune can pop the gloomy balloon around us and make us feel more cheerful than before. Well, perception is nine tenths of reality and, when it comes to our emotions, the #songs we #listen to can actually prove to alter our perception of emotions. Research Shows That Music Changes Perception A #study conducted at the University of Groningen in…

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