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Studienergebnis: Hilfsbereitschaft und Freundlichkeit pflanzt sich 1:3 weiter.

Ich fand es sehr aufregend, zu sehen, dass sich Freundlichkeit auch auf Menschen überträgt, die man nicht kennt und nie zuvor getroffen hat. Dr. James H. Fowler (*1970) US-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, spezialisiert auf soziale Netzwerke, Kooperation, politisches Engagement und Genopolitik, Universität von Kalifornien, San Diego, zitiert in: Artikel Hilfsbereitschaft steckt an, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatszeitschrift Bild der Wissenschaft, Christine Amrhein, 9. März 2010

 

Menschen müssen positive Eigenschaften wie Liebe und Freundlichkeit weitergeben, damit soziale Netze auf Dauer bestehen können. Sie bilden solche kooperativen Netzwerke, weil ihr Nutzen deutlich höher ist als der Aufwand für das hilfsbereite Verhalten. Prof. Dr. Nicholas A. Christakis (*1962) griechisch-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Harvard Universität, Boston, Massachussetts, Yale University (*2013), New Haven, Connecticut, Arzt, Autor, zitiert in: Artikel Hilfsbereitschaft steckt an, präsentiert von der deutschen Monatszeitschrift Bild der Wissenschaft, Christine Amrhein, 9. März 2010

 

Each additional contribution a subject makes to the public good in the first period is tripled over the course of the experiment by other subjects who are directly or indirectly influenced to contribute more as a consequence. These results show experimentally that cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks.
James H. Fowler, Ph.D. (*1970) US American social scientist specializing in social networks, cooperation, political participation, and genopolitics, professor of medical genetics, professor of political science, University of California, San Diego, Nicholas A. Christakis, M.D., Ph.D., MPH (*1962) Greek American professor of social and natural science, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachussetts, Yale University (*2013), New Haven, Connecticut, physician, author, Cooperative behavior cascades in human social networks, Political Science Department, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California, and Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachussetts, edited by Daniel Kahnemann, Ph.D. (*1934) Israeli-American professor of psychology, founder of behavioral economics, Nobel laureate in economic sciences, 2002, Princeton University, New Jersey, approved 25. January 2010, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0913149107, published by PNAS online before print 8. March 2010

 

See also: ► Video interview and dialog with James H. Fowler, Ph.D. (*1970) US American social scientist specializing in social networks, cooperation, political participation, and genopolitics, professor of medical genetics, professor of political science, University of California, San Diego,  Research of happiness, obesity, drinking based on the Framingham Heart Study data, sponsored by UC San Diego Faculty Club, video series Conversations with Tom, hosts Tom Munnecke and Heather Wood, videographed by Robert Foxworth, 52:59 minutes duration, recorded 6. January 2009

 

Evidence shows that social networks propagate happiness in a contagious fashion 7% to 9% more powerfully than unhappiness. Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D. (*1963) US American professor of social, cultural and moral psychology and ethical leadership, New York University Stern School of Business is researching: ★ the spread of lonelinessempathy research ★ centralized "smart center" networks vs. smart edges ★ group selection ★ the work of happiness and elevation ★ ways to construct networks of uplift.

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Neun Tugenden des Geistes im 9. Buch des Neuen Testaments

Der Geist Gottes dagegen lässt als Frucht eine Fülle von Gutem wachsen, nämlich: Liebe, Freude und Frieden, Geduld, Freundlichkeit und Güte, Treue, Bescheidenheit und Selbstbeherrschung. Gegen all dies hat das Gesetz nichts einzuwenden. Galater 5, 22-23 (NT)

 

Liebt einander von Herzen als Brüder und Schwestern, und ehrt euch gegenseitig in zuvorkommender Weise. Römer 12, 10 (NT)

 

Wünscht denen, die euch verfolgen, Gutes. Segnet sie, anstatt sie zu verfluchen. Römer 12, 14 (NT)

 

Wenn euch jemand Unrecht tut, dann zahlt es niemals mit gleicher Münze heim. Seid darauf bedacht, vor den Augen aller Menschen bestehen zu können. Soweit es möglich ist und auf euch ankommt, lebt mit allen in Frieden. Römer 12, 17-18 (NT)

 

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Ann Currie: Was ist das Beste, was Ihnen Ihre Mutter je beigebracht hat?
    Barack Obama: Einfühlungsvermögen. Sie hat dafür gesorgt, dass andere die Welt durch die Augen eines anderen sehen können, in den Schuhen von anderen stehen können. Ich denke, das ist die Grundlage für freundliches Entgegenkommen und Mitgefühl.   TV Interview Barack Obama, 44. US Präsident, präsentiert von NBC Sender Today Show, Gastgeberin Ann Curry (*1956) US-amerikanische Journalistin, 1. April 2008

 

Empfehlungen

  • Lernt, mit Liebe und Sanftmut zu sprechen. Nicht nur zu Menschen, sondern auch zu Tieren, Blumen, Vögeln, Bäumen, zur ganzen Natur, denn dies ist eine ausgezeichnete Gewohnheit. Wer inspirierende, belebende Worte zu sprechen weiß, verfügt in seinem Mund über einen Zauberstab; nie wird er solche Worte vergebens sprechen, denn in der Natur ist immer eines der vier Elemente – Erde, Wasser, Luft oder Feuer – da und wartet auf den Augenblick, wo es das vom Menschen Ausgedrückte in eine Form kleiden kann. Möglicherweise geschieht die Verwirklichung weit entfernt vom 'Sämann', aber ihr solltet wissen, dass sie sich immer vollzieht. Genau wie der Wind die Samen fortträgt und in der Ferne sät, fliegen unsere guten Worte davon, um weit von unseren Augen entfernt wunderbare Ergebnisse zu zeitigen. Habt ihr es gelernt, Gedanken und Gefühle zu beherrschen, euch in einen Zustand von Harmonie, Reinheit und Licht zu versetzen, dann erzeugen eure Worte Wellen, die segensreich auf die ganze Natur einwirken. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov (1900-1986) bulgarischer spiritueller Meister, Philosoph, Pädagoge, Alchemist, Mystiker, Magus, Astrologe, Universelle Weiße Bruderschaft, Das Buch der göttlichen Magie, Kapitel 4 "Das magische Wort", Prosveta, Deutschland, 7. Auflage 1. Januar 2006

 

Schlussfolgerung

  • We are wired to be super-kind. Lynne Isbell, Ph.D., US American professor of anthropology, UC Davis, source unknown
  • Ein freundliches Wort kostet nichts und dennoch ist es das Schönste aller Geschenke. Daphne du Maurier, DBE (1907-1989) englische Schriftstellerin

General quotes

Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honor, preferring one another. Romans 12, 10 (NT) Lamsa Bible, translated by George Lamsa

 

Personal avowals

  • The other thing that is interesting, now that I'm looking back over many years, it is
    • the exquisite gentleness,
    • this peculiar combination of qualities,
    • this Infinite Presence which is all things, is everywhere, is both the space in the room and the objects in the room. It is both the figure and the ground, simultaneously. It is also exquisitely gentle. Its touch just melts away any 'you' with its exquisite presence. Whatever there was of the individual self is melted by it, dissolved by it.
There is no violence, it is like one just dissolves. It is like one is sugar and you put it in water – one just dissolves and becomes one with All That Is. Interview with David R. Hawkins, Dialogues on Consciousness and Spirituality, transcript on Advanced States of Consciousness, part 2, pg. 23, spiral-bound, Veritas Publishing, Sedona, Arizona, 1. January 1998 Transcript removed from Veritas Publishing sale offer in mid 2013

 

  • I don't have a ‘religion.' My religion is kindness. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989, his famous reply when asked about the Gretchen question

 

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Source:

Building a Culture of Empathy and Compassion Obama Empathy Speech Index

  • Ann Currie: Best thing your mom ever taught you?
    Barack Obama: Empathy. Making sure that you can see the world through somebody else's eyes, stand in their shoes. I think that's the basis for kindness and compassion. TV interview Barack Obama (*1961) 44th US president, presented by NBC station, Today Show, host (*1956) US American television news journalist, co-anchor, NBC, 1. April 2008

 

Insights

Attributed to Lao Tzu (604-531 BC) Chinese sage, philosopher, founder of Daoism, author of Tao Te Ching [The Book of the Way], distributed in self-help books and on social media, unknown origin and date
  • When power becomes gracious and descends into the visible — such descent I call beauty. And there is nobody from whom I want beauty as much as from you who are powerful: let your kindness be your final self-conquest. Zarathustra (Zoroaster) (18-6th century BC) Iranian Persian prophet, philosopher, founder of Zoroastrianism

 

  • Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless. Mother Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997) Albanian-born Indian Catholic nun, saint, missionary, humanitarian, founder of the Order of the Missionaries of Charity, Nobel Prize for Peace laureate, 1979
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Quotes by HH 14 Dalai Lama – Movie Dalai Lama Renaissance

  • At the most fundamental level our nature is compassionate, and that cooperation, not conflict, lies at the heart of the basic principles that govern our human existence. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989

 

  • The simple recognition that everyone else wants to be happy and not to suffer, just as I do, serves as a constant reminder against selfishness and partiality. It reminds us there is little to be gained from being kind and generous while hoping to win something in return. Actions motivated by a desire to earn a good name for ourselves are still selfish, even if they appear to be acts of kindness. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989, Facebook comment, 22. August 2010

 


[-Caritas, 1895
Stanisław Wyspiański (1869-1907) polnischer Künstler
  • To be kind, honest and have positive thoughts; to forgive those who harm us and treat everyone as a friend; to help those who are suffering and never to consider ourselves superior to anyone else: even if this advice seems rather simplistic, make the effort of seeing whether by following it you can find greater happiness. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989, Facebook comment, 23. September 2010

 

  • Softer than the flower where kindness is concerned;
    stronger than the thunder where principles are at stake.
    Paramahansa Yogananda [Mukunda Lal Ghosh] (1893-1952) Bengalian Indian Hindu sage, yogi, philosopher, author, translator and commentator of The Bhagavad Gita

 

  • Quote from ACIM1: "This is what is meant by 'the meek shall inherit the earth.' They will literally take it over because of their strength."
    Gentleness – not brute force – is the power that ultimately will triumph. When we are tough, do we get our needs met? Or is it when we are kinder that we get our needs met? The ego says attack ... will get us somewhere, but the Spirit knows better. Only love produces miracles. Marianne Williamson (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, political activist, visionary, lecturer, author, Facebook entry, 15. January 2011

 

  • There is not a flower that opens, not a seed that falls into the ground, and not an ear of wheat that nods on the end of its stalk in the wind that does not preach and proclaim the greatness and the mercy of God to the whole world. There is not an act of kindness or generosity, not an act of sacrifice done, or a word of peace and gentleness spoken, not a child's prayer uttered, that does not sing hymns to God before his throne, and in the eyes of men, and before their faces. Thomas Merton (1915-1968) Anglo-American Catholic Trappist monk, mystic student of comparative religion, social activist, poet, writer, The Seven Storey Mountain, autobiography, Harcourt Brace, 11. October 1948

 

  • The very emphasis of the commandment "Thou shalt not kill" makes it certain that we are descended from an endlessly long chain of generations of murderers, whose love of murder was in their blood as it is perhaps also in ours. Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) Austrian neurologist, deep psychologist, founder of psychoanalysis, critic of religion

 

 

  • The emotions that promote the meaningful life are organized to an interest in the welfare of others. Compassion shifts the mind in ways that increase the likelihood of taking pleasure in the improved welfare of others. Awe shifts the very contents of our self-definition, away from the emphasis of personal desires and preferences and toward that which connects us to others. Neurochemicals (oxytocin) and regions of the nervous system related to these emotions promote trust and long-term devotion. We have been designed to care about things other than the gratification of desire and the maximizing of self-interest. Dacher Keltner, US American professor of psychology, UC Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, Born to Be Good. The Science of a Meaningful Life, W.W. Norton & Co., 12. January 2009

 

 

  • Be kind. Everyone you meet is carrying a heavy burden. Ian Maclaren [Rev. John Watson] Scottish preacher, author of "Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush", 1897
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Misattributed to:

Plato (427-347 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian philosopher and Philo (20 BC-41 AD) [Philo of Alexandria, "Philon", Philo the Jew] Egyptian Hellenistic Jewish Biblical philosopher, member of the Therapeutae sect

  • Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.

 

  • The only way to tell the truth is to speak with kindness. Only the words of a loving man can be heard. Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) US American historian, philosopher, leading transcendentalist, naturalist, abolitionist, surveyor, tax resister, development critic, poet, author

 

  • Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835-1910) US American humorist, Freemason, author, unsourced in: David Graham, The Philosophy of Mark Twain. The Wit and Wisdom of a Literary Genius, 2014

 

 

  • Kindness extended, received or observed beneficially impacts the physical health and feelings of everyone involved. Dr. Wayne Dyer (1940-2015) US American self-help advocate, spiritual lecturer, author, Facebook entry, 25. January 2011

 

  • The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention. Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish dramatician, poet, writer

 

  • The great secret of morals is love, or a going out of our nature, and the identification of ourselves with the beautiful which exists in thought, action, or person, not our own. Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) major English Romantic lyric poet

 

  • Treat everyone you meet as if he or she were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the care, kindness, and understanding you can muster, and do so with no thought of reward. Your life will never be the same. Augustine "Og" Mandino II (1923-1996) US American bestseller author of The Greatest Salesman in the World, recovering alcoholic

 

  • Kindness is in our power, even when fondness is not. Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) English moralist, literary critic, biographer, editor, lexicographer, poet, essayist, author

 

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Kindness enhancing effect of drugs

Under a psychologist's care in 1984 to treat PTSD stemming from an abusive relationship, at age 52

 

  • Evolution has bequeathed humans with a sense of empathy – an ability to treat other people’s interest as comparable to one’s own. Unfortunately, by default we apply it only to a very narrow circle of friends and family. People outside that circle were treated as subhuman and can be exploited with impunity. But over history the circle has been expanded. […] from village to the clan to the tribe to the nation to other races to other sexes […] and other species. Peter Singer, Ph.D. (*1946) Australian philosopher, Ira W. DeCamp professor of bioethics, Princeton University

Literary quotes

  • Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together. Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749-1832) German polymath, poet, playwright, dramatist, novelist, unsourced

 

  • When power becomes gracious and descends into the visible — such descent I call beauty. And there is nobody from whom I want beauty as much as from you who are powerful: let your kindness be your final self-conquest. Of all evil I deem you capable: therefore I want the good from you. Verily, I have often laughed at the weaklings who thought themselves good because they had no claws. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) German classical scholar, critic of culture, philosopher of nihilism, Thus Spoke Zarathustra [Also sprach Zarathustra], part II, chapter 13 "Those Who Are Sublime", Ernst Schmeitzner, 1883-1891, Viking Press, 1954

 

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Random acts of kindness

  • Some believe that it is only GREAT POWER that can hold evil in check. But that is not what I've found. I found it is the SMALL THINGS. Every day deeds by ordinary folk that keeps the darkness at bay. J. R. R. Tolkien (1892-1973) English professor of philology, poet, writer, character Gandalf in: The Lord of the Rings (1937-1949) 3 volumes, George Allen & Unwin, United Kingdom, 29. July 1954, 11. November 1954, 20. October 1955

 

  • But remember, boy, that a kind act can sometimes be as powerful as a sword. Rick Riordan (*1964) US American author, fantasy-adventure novel based on Greek mythology The Battle of the Labyrinth, Hyperion Books for Children, 3. July 2008

 

  • Among couples who not only endure, but live happily together for years and years, the spirit of kindness and generosity guides them forward. Article Masters of Love, presented by the US American magazine The Atlantic, Emily Esfahani Smith, 12. June 2014

Negative statements – purporting self-interest and low values
State of war of every man against every man

  • The life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) English political philosopher on the social contract theory, Leviathan, chapter XIII, "Of the Natural Condition of Mankind, as concerning their Felicity, and Misery", 1651

 

  • [Paraphrased] Sympathy is "weak and blind" [subjective and therefore unreliable]. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) German philosopher at the end of the 18th century Enlightenment, source unknown

 

  • Of mankind we may say in general they are fickle, hypocritical, and greedy of gain. Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527) Italian civil servant of the Florentine Republic, humanist, historian, diplomat, political philosopher, founder of modern political science, writer, source unknown

 

  • Objectivist ethics, in essence, hold that man exists for his own sake, that the pursuit of his own happiness is his highest moral purpose, that he must not sacrifice himself to others, nor sacrifice others to himself. Ayn Rand (1905-1982) Russian-American philosopher, playwright, screenwriter, novelist, Atlas Shrugged, 19572

 

 

  • The natural world is "grossly immoral." […] Natural selection can honestly be described as a process for maximizing short-sighted selfishness. George Christopher Williams (*1926) US American professor of evolutionary biology, source unknown

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Be kind and loving to all living creatures at all times and in all their expressions – without exception, no matter what. Dr. David R. Hawkins, source unknown

 

  • Simple kindness to one's self and all that lives, is the most powerful transformational force of all. It produces no backlash and no downside, and never leads to loss or despair. It increases one's own true power without exacting any toll. But to reach maximum power such kindness can permit no exceptions, nor can it be practiced with the expectation of some selfish reward. And its effect is as far reaching as it is subtle. [Hawkins.Portal|Dr. David R. Hawkins]], Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. ?, Hay House, February 2002

 

  • All society is subliminally and subtly influenced by every kind and loving thought, word, or deed. Every forgiveness is a benefit to everyone. The universe notes and records every action and returns it in kind. Karma is actually the very nature of the universe because of the innate structure and function of the universe itself. In the universe time is measured in eons. Beyond that, it does not even exist at all. Every kindness is therefore forever. Dr. David R. Hawkins, The Eye of the I From Which Nothing Is Hidden, chapter 13 Explanations, S. 268, Veritas Publishing, revised edition 2002

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Simple kindness to one's self and all that lives is the most powerful transformational force of all. It produces no backlash, has no downside, and never leads to loss or despair. It increases one's own true power without exacting any toll. But to reach maximum power, such kindness can permit NO exceptions, nor can it be practiced with the expectation of some selfish reward. And its effect is as far-reaching as it is subtle. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Along the Path to Enlightenment. 365 Reflections from David R. Hawkins, edited by Scott Jeffrey, S. 86, Reflection of June 8th, January 2011

 

  • To be as loving as you can be towards all of life and all of its expressions ... I mean that is enough for a lifetime. Okay. That'll keep you busy for a lifetime. Even to those that don’t deserve it! [Laugther.] Dr. David R. Hawkins, Prescott Seminar Overcoming Doubt, Skepticism and Disbelief, 3 DVD set, 9. August 2008

Englische Texte – English section on Kindness

People of JEN – Jen Science – Dacher Keltner

  • Jen is the central idea in the teachings of Confucius, and refers to a complex mixture of kindness, humanity, and respect that transpires between people. A person of Jen brings the good things of others to completion and does not bring the bad things of others to completion. Jen is felt in that deeply satisfying moment when you bring out the goodness in others. Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, author, Born to Be Good. The Science of a Meaningful Life, W.W. Norton & Co., 12. January 2009

 

  • A person of jen, Confucius observes, "wishing to establish his own character, also establishes the character of others". A person of jen "brings the good things of others to completion and does not bring the bad things of others to completion." Jen is felt in that deeply satisfying moment when you bring out the goodness in others. Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, author, Born to Be Good. The Science of a Meaningful Life, W.W. Norton & Co., 12. January 2009
    Born to Be Good, presented by the US American newspaper The New York Times, S. 1 of 6, 18. January 2009

 

Forbidden fruits

 

Why Wine Is Forbidden
When the Prophet's ray of intelligence
struck the dim-witted man he was with,
the man got very happy, and talkative.
Soon he began unmannerly raving.
This is the problem with a selflessness
that comes quickly, as with wine.
If the wine drinker
has a deep gentleness in him,
he will show that, when drunk.
But if he has hidden anger and arrogance,
those appear,
and since most people do,
wine is forbidden to everyone.

 

Jalal ad-Din Muḥammad Rumi (1207-1273)
Persian Muslim Sufi mystic, jurist, theologian, poet

 

Links zum Thema Freundlichkeit / Kindness

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

  • Robert Frank, US American Cornell economist, Passions Within Reason, 1988

The health of long-term bonds depends upon high jen emotions like compassion, gratitude, and love.

Externe Weblinks

External web links (engl.)


Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

Evidence shows that social networks propagate happiness in a contagious fashion, 7% to 9% more powerfully than unhappiness; the spread of loneliness, empathy research, centralized "smart center" networks vs. smart edges, group selection, the work of happiness and elevation by Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D., ways to construct networks of uplift.


Audio and video links (engl.) – Dacher Keltner

Audios and videos on matters of innate human goodness featuring Greater Good Science Center / Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., US American professor of psychology, University of California, Berkeley, director of the Greater Good Science Center, researcher of human emotion turning the Hobbesian view of human nature ["Life is nasty, brutish, and short."], author / cohosts
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YouTube videoAudio lectureAudio Podcast Lecture SeriesEducational podcast service Learn out Loud, Human Emotion 2006; edition Human Happiness Starting August 2009
YouTube videoVideo presentationAre We Wired To Be Kind?
Copresenter Lynne Isbell, Ph.D., US American professor of anthropology, UC Davis
Wonderfest Bay Area Festival of Science, 20071:21:43Posted 23. February 2008
Quote by Lynne Isbell: "We are wired to be super-kind."
YouTube videoAudio interviewBorn to Be Good, Your Jen Ratio and Cro-Magnon CEOs, episode 83
episode 84
Personal Life Media Progam Dishymix, host Susan Bratton, CEO, Personal Life Media,41:21
~40:00
2009
YouTube videoVideo presentationThe Evolutionary Benefits of AltruismSustainable Brands, Sustainable Brands Conference20:1831. May-4. June 2009
YouTube videoAudio interviewHappiness and HealthUS American web radio station Shrink Rap Radio, psychology podcast #217, host David Van Nuys, Ph.D., US American professor emeritus, Psychology Department, Sonoma State University, California16:27Aired 28. August 2009
YouTube videoVideo presentation, dialogue and Q&ADoes Darwin Illuminate Emotion and Spirituality?
Dialog partner Paul Ekman, Ph.D. paulekman.com (*1934) US American professor of psychology, anthropologist, pioneer in the study of emotions and facial expressions, UCSF, author
Wonderfest, recorded by Fora.TV1:26:05Aired 8. November 2009
YouTube videoVideo presentationBorn to be Good. The Science of a Meaningful LifeGoogle Tech Talk1:05:34Aired 9. December 2009
Posted 10. December 2009
YouTube videoAudio interviewThe Science of Human Goodness
Copresenter Jason Marsh, US American professor of psychology, editor Greater Good magazine
IT Conversations program Tech Nation, host Dr. Moira Gunn35:00, 16.1mbAired 28. January 2010
YouTube videoVideo presentationBorn to Be GoodArts and Letters, Berkeley, California
Filmed by Fora.TV
1:02:3221. January 2009
YouTube videoVideo dialogue, interview and Q&AIn Conversation
Excerpted clip Is Technology Changing Our Brains?
Public Library, Los Angeles and publisher W. W. Norton, filmed by Fora.TV43:19
2:26
Aired 5. February 2010
Posted 20. February 2009
YouTube videoAudio interviewSurvival of the KindestCBC Radio Tapestry, host Mary Hynes, Canadian journalist54:01Aired 28. February 2010
30. January 2011
Vimeo videoPresentation and Q&AThe Compassionate Instinct: A Darwinian Tale of the Survival of the KindestStanford Compassionate University Project59:36Posted October 2011
References made to Ayn Rand Minute 34:05
Cynical suggestions on human nature Minute 34:05
Mention of Richard Wilkinson's epidemiological study results, Minute 37:11 \\ Social income inequality Minute 38:00
Two Stanford studies on 1) 'Competition versus cooperation' 2) "Bond traders are more aggressively competitive than sociopaths" Minute 50:22 //check//
YouTube videoVideo presentationBringing Out the GoodThe Center for Spirituality & Healing (UMNCSH)10:41 minutes duration9. June 2015
Ancient Confucian concept of "jen" is wired in the human nervous system.

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Dr. Helen Schucman, A Course in Miracles, 1976

2 Revisiting John Todd (1950-2007): "Rothschilds Rule with Druid Witches", 7. August 2013: Philippe de Rothschild (1902-1988) gave the plan to his mistress Ayn Rand for her novel Atlas Shrugged.
"[Ayn Rand's] writings are intellectually shallow econo-porn, part Krafft-Ebing and part Horatio Alger, possessing neither coherence nor philosophical depth. Rand’s heroes [sociopath Ragnar, rapist Francisco, rough-trade cruiser Rearden] aren’t just rapists, woman-beaters and thieves. They’re also terrorists who freely blow up or burn properties for ideological reasons." Article What Happened When Some Libertarians Went Off to Build Ayn Rand's Vision of Paradise, presented by AlterNet, Richard Eskow, 11. September 2014

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