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Is the Goal to Make People Happy?

In our weekly study group we touched on the topic of happiness. A certain Rabbi named bar Mechasya (Ein Aya, Shabbat 11a) considered the question of what it would be like to be employed by various typologies. About each group … Continue reading

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The Common Experience Factor

After listening to the interview with Dr. Ann-Marie Neale speaking candidly about her struggle with and overcoming of alcoholism on Talk Sense Radio it crossed my mind that there are two different types of empathy and they are both important. … Continue reading

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Character Identification and Empathy

In his interview on talk sense radio Alex Vesely had said (see Friday’s post) that a movie director is a director of emotions He also said that movies can be used therapeutically by focusing on which characters we identify with … Continue reading

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