I am happiest when I am tuned into the wisdom of the ancients and the inner voice of knowing.
When I hear, really hear, universal truths that transcend time, space, culture and opinion.
When I stop listening to the constant chatter that seems to be all around us all the time: noise that obscures and unsettles.
And this type of universal truth was never better voiced than by Abraham Maslow, an American psychologist who died too early (so young, at only 62) who believed in people – their goodness, their health, the potential, their innate beauty.
This week’s I am happiest when post is dedicated to some of Professor Maslow’s most insightful and liberating quotes.