Easterlin paradox: Once our basic needs have been met, incremental financial gain contributes almost nothing to happiness.
We don’t always know the “whys” behind our own behaviour, yet there is so much certainty in the way we pretend to know everything.
There is no denying the fact that quite a significant proportion of humanity chose to dedicate more thought in one evening to deliberating which restaurant or movie they should go to than they do in their entire lifetime to deliberating what’s the purpose of life?
Like our physical shape which is nothing but an accumulation of what we’ve been eating for all these years, our mind is an accumulation of all sorts of informations and opinions broadcasted from every possible external sources.
The “protégé effect” We learn better when we teach others rather than study simply for the sake of individual knowledge.