You Never Know

“… It is really impossible to tell whether anything that happens is good or bad— because you never know what will be the consequences of the misfortune. Or of good fortune.” Alan Watts In this two-minute story, British-American philosopher and theologian, Alan Watts (1915-1973), illustrated how—while ideas of good and bad come and go—nature’s ever-changing conditions…

Fidgeting and Focusing

Is fidgeting the body’s way of helping your mind stay present? Although fidgeting has long been associated with inattentiveness, research and controlled studies show that movement (like fidgeting and doodling) helps children to pay attention, think, speak, and retain information. In this article published in BBC News, psychologists found that primary school children learn better when…