It's about taking control of your life, doing what is right
In a large millennium study of young adults, the question was asked, "What do you hope to achieve in your life-time?" The most common response from them was "money and fame."
In a much earlier Harvard study, which began in 1930 and completed in 2015, 2000 children were randomly selected. They were asked, "In hindsight, what do you consider makes for true happiness, satisfaction and well-being?" Of the 60 who are still living in 2015, 80% answered "Good relationships, as defined by trust, honesty, appreciation, and thoughtfulness."
Which of these two answers do you prefer, the former, looking forward, the latter, looking back?
Proof of Concept
Psychiatrist, Dr. Robert Waldinger, the latest director of the long Harvard study, reported, "It is primarily the quality and not the quantity of the relationship that counts." Throughout the many years of the study Dr. Waldinger relates, "It became obvious, from the ongoing 2-year reviews, that the participants realized that happiness was the most important criteria." In fact money and fame, in the final survey was not even a consideration.
The course is about you and your relationship with the whole of life. The premise is, if you agree, taking action early in life will pay dividends in your future happiness and well-being. This can occur if we take control of our life, and become consciously aware of the self within.
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