Scott Hass / June 17, 2019 / Letter to Editor, NYTImes
The best decisions are often made with three strategies I experienced in Japan: Consider the effect on others of the decision; consider if the best decision is not to decide at that moment; and have deep awareness of the sources of the thoughts and emotions informing the decision.
The writer, a clinical psychologist, is the author of the forthcoming book, “Why Be Happy? The Japanese Way of Acceptance.”
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