Very recently, life taught me another lesson about resentment. And that letting go of resentment is actually a lot easier than the mind makes us believe. I’d like to share with you what I’ve learned, accompanied by a Stoic as well as Buddhist perspective. Some (useless) trivia: the place in 0:19 is the same place as in 3:21, but exactly 6 months and 5 days a part. What a complete metamorphosis, right?
Maslow’s Hierarchy, (or Pyramid), of Needs is one of the central ideas in modern economics and sociology. The work of a once little-known American psychologist, it has grown into an indispensable guide to understanding the modern world. This film explains who Maslow was, what his pyramid is, and why it matters so much.
When we have something we cherish, like a spouse or a friend or a certain status within a group, but we feel threatened of losing it, we experience resentment which we call jealousy. How can we deal with this?