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Behaviors for well-being

  • Dadirri (Australian aboriginal): a deep, spiritual act of reflective and respectful listening
  • Pihentagyú (Hungarian): literally meaning “with a relaxed brain”, it describes quick-witted people who can come up with sophisticated jokes or solutions
  • Desenrascanço (Portuguese): to artfully disentangle oneself from a troublesome situation
  • Sukha (Sanskrit): genuine lasting happiness independent of circumstances
  • Orenda (Huron): the power of the human will to change the world in the face of powerful forces such as fate.

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    It aims to offer a more nuanced understanding of ourselves, by capturing many ways of expressing good feelings from across the world.
    It is directed by Tim Lomas at the University of East London, who is working towards getting many "untranslatable" experiences get in our daily vocabulary.

    • Natsukashii (Japanese): a nostalgic longing for the past, with happiness for the fond memory, yet sadness that it is no longer
    • Wabi-sabi (Japanese): a “dark, desolate sublimity” centered on transience and imperfection in beauty
    • Saudade (Portuguese): a ...

    ... that depend on particular circumstances:

    It's our capacity to distinguish between the particularities of our emotions. This then determines how well we cope with life.
    Some of us use different emotion words interchangeably, while others are highly precise in their descriptions.

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