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November 13, 2021

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How Does Your Worldview Affect Well-Being?

I choose my thoughts with care. I constantly have new insights and new ways of looking at my world. I am willing to change and grow.

– Louise Hay –

How Does Your Worldview Affect Well-Being?

“Our worldview, our beliefs about what reality is, our views on what (if anything) has value and meaning, what Aldous Huxley called an individual’s philosophy of life, contributes more significantly than we often think to our mental well-being. From pessimism to existentialism, might reading certain philosophical ideas actually lead to depression? The connection is not so simple. Philosophy can both depress and inspire us. But, at the end of the day, our worldview matters.” Sam Woolfe delves deeper into the psychology of philosophy in this piece. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, read Rebecca Solnit on “How to Survive a Disaster,” in which she explores the link between belief systems and how we show up for one another in times of crisis.

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