The research of Albert Meharbian is often misinterpreted. It is often believed that his work is the result of the following saying, “What you say is more important than how you say it”1. However, what you say is as important than how you say it since it is often the combination of two that determines our attitude. And because our attitude in life correlates with our level of gratefulness, what we say and do ultimately determines how grateful we are.… Read More 3,750+ words on Gratitude, Attitude, and Language (in-depth look)
Today, I saw a video on Facebook which really got thinking (not intentionally). It was about a very old couple with 8 children (Ma Shaa Allah) who found themselves in a refugees’ camp in Syria, alone. They had been separated with their children with the war, each fleeing wherever they could. They were crying about being old, sick and alone, mentioning how they would have never thought about such a thing to happen and wishing they were dead.… Read More What Is Sent Our Way – A Brief Reflection on Gratitude
On a gorgeous Summer afternoon, with no clouds in sight, Samantha returned from work, opened the garage door to her house and found her husband hanging from the ceiling.
Kareem had killed himself.… Read More 13 Reasons Why Kareem Killed Himself (Trigger warning)