You should be yourself everywhere and with everyone. Just try it.
Youtube – Sarah McLachlan – Building a mistery
“Building a Mystery” is a song by Sarah McLachlan, from her multi-platinum album Surfacing, first released in 1997. At a live performance, Sarah explains the song as being
basically about the fact that we all… have insecurities to hide, and we often do that by putting on a facade.
She also goes on to say that
unfortunately, if we just be who we are, that’s usually the more attractive and beautiful thing
The transition from tenseness, self-responsibility, and worry, to equanimity, receptivity, and peace, is the most wonderful of all those shiftings of inner equilibrium, those changes of the personal center of energy, which I have analyzed so often; and the chief wonder of it is that it so often comes about, not by doing, but by simply relaxing and throwing the burden down.
William James | The Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature
Anyone who’s indulged in retail therapy can affirm that money can’t buy happiness—but according to new research from Harvard Business School, money can make people happier when they spend it to buy time
Oset Babür | Harvard Magazine