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|With her signature blend of memoir, science, philosophy, and experimentation, Rubinís passion for her subject jumps off the page, and reading just a few chapters of this book will inspire readers to find more happiness in their own lives.|
|It's also Real Love when other people care about our happiness unconditionally. |
With Real Love, they're not disappointed or angry when we make our foolish
mistakes, when we don't do what they want, or even when we inconvenience
|... Love. As a result, we're emotionally and spiritually starving and are unable to |
make each other happy, no matter how hard we try. ... It's Real Love when other
people care about our happiness without any concern for themselves. They're not
|Better to give way myself than to put compulsion on others; of that I have long |
been convinced. ... as ever and was as happy as ever in his love; but my love,
instead of increasing, stood still; and another new and disquieting sensation
began to ...
Sang Hyun Lee - 2005 - 331 pages
|Edwards makes it quite clear that the love of our own happiness is not to be |
construed solely in terms of the narrow and limited self, but must include all that is
"grateful" in objects other than the self, that is, the character in them to which our
appropriate response is gratitude.3 It is this apprehension of all that goes to make
up human happiness that takes us beyond the narrow and confined self.
|This book will explain how the core elements of both psychological well-being and religious or spiritual life-virtue, mindfulness, and wisdom--are based in the core functions of the brain: regulating, learning, and valuing.|
|We love other people and things because we believe that they can contribute to |
our own happiness. We love each of them only to the extent to which we believe
that they are able to make us happy, and if we thought that they did not or could ...
|The requirement to be happy has been foisted upon us as a right, an obligation |
and a measure of our psychological stability, ... Because love is a condition in
which the happiness of another is essential to our own, and research on
|Love is always followed by a desire of the happiness of the person beloved, and |
an aversion to his misery: As hatred ... So remarkable a difference betwixt these
two sets of passions of pride and humility, love and hatred, which in so many
other particulars correspond to each other, merits our attention. ... misery of the
person beloved or hated; all which views, mixing together, make only one
|... same character." The principle of love, whether it be exercised towards God, |
towards our fellow-creatures, or towards ourselves, Dr. D. contends is ...
Evangelical love is a delight in happiness; or, in other words, good will towards
percipUnt beings, as capable of happiness. ... but by worthy Presidents again in
contact, and to place them on M M 2 On Love, to God- ;$G7 In these passages, it
is true that ...