Category Archives: Relaxation and stress

Thoughts on stress – aspects of the self, the tribe, and the tribal way of life

In a recent conversation I began to speak of some interesting things.  We were talking about how people are so stressed nowadays.  They wondered if people were stressed thousands of years ago.  I went on to say that people in … Continue reading

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Thoughts on relaxation . . . to rejuvenation . . . to contemplation

Here’s a thought I had: I have been putting great emphasis on relaxing recently.  I feel that it is very important and healthy and can lead to deeper things.  Because of this, I tend to have certain viewpoints about it … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘uptight American’ – the price of individualism

I had a conversation the other day that got on the question of ‘uptight Americans’. It began when I began to  talk about the legendary ‘British calm’.  I was often stunned by how calm they seemed, even under difficult circumstances … Continue reading

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