April 2017

via HackSpirit Lao Tzu is one of the great Chinese philosophers to have lived many centuries ago. His teachings have become so influential in Chinese society that they are still taught to this day. Throughout his devotion to helping others live a meaningful and fulfilling life, he...

via HighExistence.com In 1968, 40-year-old Stanley Kubrick was interviewed by Playboy magazine.  It’s hard to know what Playboy was expecting from the interview, but I suspect they were unprepared for a full-fledged existential meditation on the meaning(lessness) of human existence. At one point, Playboy asked Kubrick if he felt life was worth living....

via tech.co Kindness is not typically associated with success, but Stanford researcher Emma Seppala has found evidence that supports the link between happiness and success. Seppala has examined high-success environments such as Yale, Silicon Valley, and Stanford to find the link between happiness and success. Though these...