The Human Connection

September 14, 2021 pwm1

Society exists only as a mental concept; in the real world there are only individuals.

—Oscar Wilde (Image licensed by Penn Wealth) 
Amsterdam sunset at canal waterfront, Amsterdam, Netherlands

This realization highlights the importance of our positive interaction with others. For some, this ability seems innate; for others, it is almost a foreign concept. Fortunately, this is a skill which can be developed through continual practice and the right mindset. In the end, the level of happiness and success we enjoy in our lives is largely dependent upon our ability to see the good in, and connect with, other individuals.    

—Mike Hazell

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