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Trust and Fear of God.

In the nineteen eighties, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. created dialectical behavioral therapy or D.B.T. In this context, the term dialectical refers to an integration of two opposing concepts. As a the therapeutic model, D.B.T. helps one truly accept the reality they face. At the same time, they’re encouraged to challenge the status quo, and begin the… Continue reading Trust and Fear of God.

Growth mindset and the gift of criticism

Have you ever received critique that you were happy and grateful to hear? What was unique about that criticism? It is likely that the main ingredient of a successful critique, is a healthy relationship between the two parties. But there is another crucial factor – critique that is solicited, is much more likely to be well received.… Continue reading Growth mindset and the gift of criticism

Mindfulness and why your life has meaning: now!!

Do you feel like a leaf blown about by the wind? What can you do to find meaning in the whirlwind of life? The source of turmoil may be because inertia and motivation are locked in battle. On the one hand we seek comfort, but on the other hand, we are motivated to go out… Continue reading Mindfulness and why your life has meaning: now!!

Dialectical behavioral therapy and King Solomon.

In the nineteen eighties, Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. created dialectical behavioral therapy. In this context, the term dialectical means considering two opposing concepts simultaneously. At the same time that we strive to change our reality for the better, we also accept the present reality for what it is. According to this theory, our minds have the… Continue reading Dialectical behavioral therapy and King Solomon.

The judgmental philanthropist.

When it comes to charitable contributions, a request with a name and face to it will typically garner a greater donation. “Sponsor Nancy and Jim’s food,” inspires greater giving than, “help support poor people.” There are times however, that this has the opposite effect. When faced with a specific request, we begin to judge, asking… Continue reading The judgmental philanthropist.

Oneness, or Sameness?

With the advent of the internet and social media, humanity is moving closer to a state of sameness. It is sameness -not divisiveness- that is the polar-opposite of oneness. Opposites must belong to the same category; for example, soft and hard are both textures, and yet they are opposites. Sameness and oneness are opposing ways… Continue reading Oneness, or Sameness?