Avoiding the risk of immediate failure can lower the odds of long-term success.
Recent evidence suggests that many people give to others largely to gain a “warm glow”—that satisfied feeling that follows doing a good deed.
Founded in 1993, Seeds of Peace is one of the largest camps of its kind, bringing groups of young people from conflict-torn regions together for three weeks during the summer in the woods of Maine.
If you’ve ever pondered the seeming randomness of some of the superstitions we humans use to ward off bad luck—knocking on wood or throwing salt over one’s shoulder—new research suggests that these actions may not be so random after all.
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