Spaced Repetition for Efficient Learning
Prompts for Narrative and Personal Writing - The New York Times
Many of the great philosophers have attempted to answer the question: What makes people happy? World religions, such as Christianity, have attempted to explain what makes people happy and how to live a happy life through faith, the belief in God, by reading scripture, by living life according to the moral code, and by the religious doctrine imposed by the church. It begins by embracing Buddhism. In recent years, psychology has developed a new field of study called positive psychology, which focuses on the science of happiness.
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We get our thoughts outside of ourselves, allowing us to see them as independent things. We clarify as we force ourselves to form sentences and logical thoughts. Our writing brings flow and a sense of wholeness to the otherwise confusing mess in our minds. However, when things are laid out cleanly on a page, we can easily see what fits and where.
Prompt 1: You always knew you were going to be an attorney when you grew up. Both of your parents are lawyers as well as two of your uncles. And lucky you, right after graduation you landed a pretty good job with excellent pay, which is good because you have student loans to pay off. But guess what? You hate getting up each day to go to work.