Ingratitude, more strong than traitors' arms, Quite vanquish'd him:
Shakespeare, The Life and Death of Julius Caesar (III.ii)
While people's attention is preoccupied with political in-fighting and accusations of treasonous behavior, a more insidious traitor continues to subvert individual well-being and collective harmony: ingratitude.
The search for meaning is a powerful motivator in human life. A life devoid of meaning feels empty and oppressive. And a collapse of meaning is potentially destructive as pathological beliefs and behaviors can rush in to fill the void. ButRead More ›