Judging right and wrong

When someone’s giving his view of things, I’ve caught myself taking a position before he’s even finished laying out his point. It’s a contagious sort of reaction that’s greatly magnified when an opinion concerns the moral right or wrong of something. Judgments on right and wrong are a nearly irresistible enticement to pick sides. And... Continue Reading →

Five ways to be mindful—by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Simple rules to live by. I've featured Jon Kabat-Zinn on this site before. There is a great google video with him giving a brilliant lecture here. (video is at bottom of that post) From US News and World Report: 1. Consider what's right with you. "Until you stop breathing, there's more right with you than... Continue Reading →

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