Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
~ Nelson Mandela
At school it was suggested to me that there were three basic needs: food, clothing and shelter. Now, people express them differently. Rick Hanson (psychologist, author), says the three basic human needs are safety, satisfaction and connection. Hanson links these and suggests it is our mental resources that aid in our survival.
Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health.
~ Dalai Lama
Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.
~ Albert Einstein
Resilience is talked about in terms of people getting through challenges and tough times. It has become a popular term used in development programs. Do people organically develop resilience through experience and their handling of it? Or, is it something you can learn? I attended The Resilience Summit to find out.
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When you are going through a difficult time and things aren’t going well for you – stress levels can go up. At times like these, having self-compassion can help build resilience and assist in success. At such times, we can also be prone to self-criticism and negative self worth which can have a stronger effect. How can develop greater self-compassion?