What Makes Us Cheat? Three Classic Experiments from Behavioral Economics. Over a year ago by SIMON OXENHAM Dan Ariely, the psychologist who popularised behavioral economics, has made a fascinating documentary with director Yael Melamede exploring what makes us dishonest. I’ve just finished watching it and it’s something of a masterpiece of psychological storytelling, delving deep into contemporary tales … Continue reading What Makes Us Cheat? Three Classic Experiments from Behavioral Economics. | Big Think
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This sums up the Royal Way to the Beloved. LOVE, OBEDIENCE AND SURRENDER Meher Baba and Charles Haynes Once awakened in the heart, the gift of love inspires the lover to grow ever-closer to the divine Beloved. As love deepens, it is transformed first into obedience and then, finally, into complete surrender: Love is a … Continue reading Love obedience surrender
Send flowers to a friend or a family member! Buy someone a coffee Pay for someone’s bus ticket Purchase ethical goods Surroundings looking messy? Tidy up the area around you Empty your wallet for charity Open the door for someone Someone wronged you? Forgive them Say good morning/afternoon/evening to a stranger Support a small, local … Continue reading Random acts of kindness – repeat what you like.