... although extraordinary life experiences are exhilarating at the time, they may carry a social cost. Because when we normally chat with people, the authors contend, our conversations center on the things we have in common — movies we’ve seen, books we’ve read, people we know, places we’ve been. But uncommon experiences makes us at once “alien and enviable,” the authors write, which can leave us feeling left out. “At worst, people may be envious and resentful of those who have had an extraordinary experience, and at best, they may find themselves with little to talk about”
Saturday, September 17, 2016
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Meditator
No one cares about your mind blowing, life changing experiences.
Posted by Insane Brain Train at 9:01 AM