November 13


The Only Dependable Source of Happiness

By Peter Julian

November 13, 2020

Whenever out and about and saw a driver that wasn’t kind to other drivers, I would often think the worst of them and get myself all worked up. I realized this wasn’t the best practice for me to have, I have no idea what is going on in their life or in their day. I started becoming that persons ally, that I found irritating and decided that I wanted the best for them. This released me from feelings of anger.

Key Takeaways:

  • Training myself to react to others will good will, rather than judgement is one way to give yourself happiness.
  • When you embody the qualities that allow you to help people it becomes less about looking like a good person.
  • Instead of getting irritated at people for various reasons, instead put yourself in their shoes and give yourself some happiness.

“Our intuitive happiness-seeking strategy is to try to steer external conditions such that they somewhat reliably produce happiness for us, if we’re lucky.”

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