4 Things I Learned From Japanese Minimalism
Before I take a moment to dive into my knowledge on things, I want to give a huge thanks to Fumio Sasaki, an author who not only changed my perspective, but helped me to make subtle changes and discover where real awareness lies. As a bookworm, the insight of others is always mental food for me. As we proceed, I will be sharing my perception and his on minimalism. From my personal journey, what I’ve seen, been through, and what studies say.
The ByStander Effect Proves Our Willingness To Help Others
When a person is in serious trouble, what do you do? Flee, help, or ignore the cause all together? Most of us would say that we’d help anyone if they were in a state of emergency. In most aspects it would depend on three factors:
The Good Things People Don’t Tell You About Long-Distance Relationships
Long-distance relationships (LDRs) have a bad rep, and I have bone to pick with it. Why? Because there’s a huge misconception that long-distance relationships always come down to crash and burn. In some aspects, people get cheated on, lied to, or break up due to ongoing suffering of loneliness. But one thing that lacks importance, is that these same things can occur even if you’re laying beside your partner every single day. Many people forget the existence of their lover and only realize their presence when they are absent.