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Frugality, A Supreme Value To See The Emergence Of A Collective Happiness Accessible To All

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According to the Hindu tradition, there are three types of happiness: a selfish happiness, one that is indifferent to that of others and another that contributes to that of others. What we are often shown as an image of happiness is finally a selfish happiness, made of consumption of luxury objects where the individual is brought to the pinnacle. Why…

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Fight Alone While Waiting For Reinforcements Like The Inhabitants Of A Besieged City

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Resist and win We don’t realize how necessary it is to associate with people who share the same desires as we do. If we are not a little careful in choosing our fellow travelers, we end up making other plans. Maintaining friendships necessarily involves sharing desires and aspirations. This is natural and helps to create a bond. That said, there…

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Predestination: At The Root Of The Win/Lose Ideology

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According to the Robert, predestination is a religious doctrine according to which God destines certain creatures to salvation by the sole force of his grace and dooms the others (whatever they do) to damnation. This belief is shared by several Christian denominations, notably Calvinist and Jansenist. These sects of Protestantism flourished and took root across the Atlantic where they greatly…

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Holistic Practices Gone Astray

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An agnostic society needs practices that support its ideological individualism. Holistic practices that are thousands of years old have been taken over by enthusiasts who are not only convinced but also opportunistic, who have set out to deconstruct them in order to profit from them. Let’s take a look at two trends that originated from holistic and spiritual practices but…

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Confusing Word With Deed

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Living in the illusion of accomplishment In a static world where we spend most of our time sitting in a comfortable chair, seat or armchair, whether working, telecommuting, commuting or shopping online, we seem to have forgotten what moving implies and how it relates to action. Our fingers tapping away at a computer keyboard or the silicon of our smartphones…

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