Dr. Betsy Stone, PhD, felt waves of joy and pleasure being with people in a recent visit to Chicago to teach a class. “Post pandemic, I find learning together is so satisfying. These moments of joy and happiness are fleeting. They are not pure. Even when we are most filled with joy, a piece of us is observing, perhaps thinking of other things, taking us away from the pure state of joy we most appreciate. We envision happiness as a kind of pure, steady state that we can achieve and remain in… but happiness is a passageway in time. The moments of extraordinary joy also contains elements of doubt, fear, and loss.”
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