Hedonic Adaptation

Hedonic Adaptation: Why You Are Not Happier How Hedonic Adaptation Robs You of Happiness—and How to Change That By Elizabeth Scott, MS Hedonic adaptation, also known as “the hedonic treadmill,” is a concept studied by positive psychology researchers and others who focus on happiness and well-being that refers to people’s general tendency to return to a... Continue Reading →

. . . . and Maya Prayed

Maya Prayed


For those who have no voice,
we ask You to speak.
For those who feel unworthy,
we ask You to pour your love out in waterfalls of tenderness.
For those who live in pain,
we ask You to bathe them in the river of your healing.
For those who are lonely, 
we ask You to keep them company.
For those who are depressed,
we ask You to shower upon them the light of hope.
Dear Creator, You, the borderless sea of substance, 
we ask You to give to all the world
that which we need most – Peace.

~Maya Angelou

Photo by E. Razdolina – The Garden of Morning Calm
Text & image source: Rivers in the Ocean

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