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By Mila Cahue
L. a. felicidad es una combinación perfecta de emoción y razón; cada una tiene sus herramientas: l. a. parte emocional, relacionada con l. a. ira, l. a. tristeza, el miedo, l. a. alegría y el amor, y l. a. parte racional, que atañe a l. a. atención, l. a. percepción, l. a. memoria y los angeles intuición. Sin embargo, si no las conoces y utilizas ambas partes adecuadamente, el equilibrio es imposible, por lo que te sentirás insatisfecho.
Mila Cahue nos explica en este libro cómo alcanzar esa combinación perfecta de emoción y razón con una fundamentación sencilla: aprender a pensar bien es como aprender a conducir; si controlas aquello en lo que fi jas tu atención, podrás controlar tu visión de l. a. realidad. Las emociones, a su vez, actúan como señales de tráfico que te indican en cada contexto cuándo hay que parar, corregir l. a. ruta o soltar el lastre. En todos los casos, l. a. razón se ve condicionada por los angeles gestión de las emociones y, por lo tanto, necesitas aprender a redirigir tus emociones para actuar de forma adecuada.
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I opened my door to go to the bathroom and was surprised to see the young woman from next door sitting on the bottom step of the stairs, smoking a cigarette. She looked just as startled to see me. “I’m sorry, I didn’t realize you were in,” she said. ” I shrugged to indicate that it was nothing. She was dark-haired but very English—if I was asked to point out a typically English girl to someone she would be that girl, even though she wasn’t particularly fair-skinned. Her hair was wavy and just reached her shoulders, and I’d studied enough women to be able to tell that it had been expensively cut.
I knew all about the Jews coming to Palestine, every Palestinian did; they’d been coming for years before the diaspora. But nobody had properly explained to me the reason why the Jews had come, apart from that their religion told them to. I’d never contemplated the reasons—it didn’t seem to matter—until Abu Leila explained it to me. Some years later, during the 1982 siege of Beirut by Israel, and several weeks before the day of the killings, we’d been sheltering in a hospital bunker as Israeli F16s dropped bombs when my father decided to angrily expand on his original comment.
Then he would catch himself and tell me to focus on my studies, tell me that my language skills were second to none, that I was destined for important things. So I studied a lot of books given to me by Abu Leila, right up until I left for Cyprus. Sometimes Abu Leila had to explain them to me, as many of the books were in French and English (they weren’t available in Arabic) and at that time I was still struggling a bit with them. “You need to know your enemy,” he’d told me, giving me history books and pamphlets.
El cerebro feliz: Aprende a utilizar las herramientas que hay en ti by Mila Cahue