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“Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance and order and rhythm and harmony.”
Finding a sense of harmony may turn to dissonance and loss of balance if you continue to try and hold on and freeze that moment.
Life is one thing after another. We live in a constantly changing environment. Balance is learning to adjust appropriately to the external environment.
We read that we should eat a balanced diet, live a balanced life, and seek a good work/family balance without defining balance.
Balance is the taking of appropriate action when circumstances dictate so as to maintain equilibrium.
It is important to understand that balance is relative: the focus of balance is always going to be different from person to person. There is no one size fits all.
For example, what a balanced diet means for one person may be entirely different for another. Both diets may be healthy, but it is the context that makes it so.
Morality is a set of standards that help people to live cooperatively in groups. Morality is not fixed. What is acceptable in one culture might not be admissible in another culture.
Sometimes, acting in a moral manner means individuals must sacrifice their short-term interests to benefit society. Individuals who don't do this may be considered immoral.
Critical thinking is described as a mode of thinking where the thinker improves the quality of their thinking by skillfully analyzing, assessing, and reconstructing it.
Another definition describes critical thinking as a way to examine assumptions, discern hidden values, evaluate evidence, and judge conclusions.
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