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Antifragility


Maybe It is because of our culture, education, or the time we live in, but we generally seem to think of ourselves as weak. Both physically and mentally. That we are something fragile that is needed to be taken care of and stirred by someone responsible through the perils of life. Someone with knowledge. Someone with the professional know-how. Like a doctor, or the state.

There is nothing further than the truth. I will write about our phenomenal physical resilience in later posts, but for now check out Harvard scholar Tal Ben Shahar introduce the concept of mental anti-fragility, the difference between the direct and indirect pursuit of happiness, the possibility of post-traumatic growth and that essentially happiness is not a momentary event, but rather, a continuum – which is one more reason to enjoy the meanwhile.




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