Arthur C. Brooks, The New York Times, July 18, 2014

The search for fame, the lust for material things and the objectification of others follows a formula that is elegant, simple and deadly: Love things, use people. But, according to this article’s author, if you want to be free of the sticky cravings of unhappiness and find a formula for happiness instead, invert the deadly formula and render it virtuous: Love people, use things. […read more]