How We’re Harmed by Our Dissatisfaction with Ourselves
壹心理翻译社 ◎ 荣誉出品
来源 | Zen Habits
翻译 | Sibyl
校对 | Phoebe_菲贝
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We doubt whether we’re up to facing this task filled with discomfort and uncertainty, so we look for relief from all of it instead of just trusting that we’re up to the task. We procrastinate, seek distraction, try to run from the uncertainty.
We’d seek ways to love others, to serve the world with meaningful work, to enjoy the basic goodness of every moment. We’d be happier, and in the times when we’re not happy, we’d still be able to find contentment in the middle of difficulty.
You can see the good hearted nature in every on_e of your actions, even the on_es that are harmful. You can start to see the good-hearted nature in what everyone else does as well.
译者简介：Sibyl，壹心理翻译社 | 译员。北京师范大学珠海分校应用心理学在读学生，一个正在路上的心理学人。