Zenbo Life

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  • A unique configuration 

    As humans we have been uniquely configured to exhibit behavioural patterns which reflect how we feel. The expression we give to life and how we see it is often determined by these feelings – that is, those happy moments when we feel ecstatic or those sad times when we feel as if our world is crumbling. 

    In fact, our reactions to stimulus generated from our internal environment – our minds and our thoughts; and our external environment (people and situations around us); even, the hobbies and activities we choose to engage in, ride on the wings of these subjective inclinations – emotions,. In a nutshell, how we feel, act, react; what we perceive and the inferences we draw are products of our emotional state. 

    What is emotion?

  • Compassion, empathy, or sympathy are like close cousins. The three of them do carry different meanings but are very much related to each other, and this is the reason why people use these words for the same purpose.  These three can be defined as the stages.  The first stage is sympathy, which means to understand the problem/suffering, the second one is the empathy it means to be able to feel the pain, and the last one is compassion, which says, having enough courage to provide the solution.

    What is compassion?

  • Doubtlessly, no one’s life is free from sorrow, grief, despair or even helplessness.  There are moments in life that seem short and silly but are hard to forget for they can be the cause of depression for the rest of your life.  Sadness is an inner feeling or an emotional pain that is characterized by feelings of disadvantage, anger, and disappointment.

    This blog is not written to underestimate your hard times but to show that if you submit to this pain, then say goodbye to your dream-achieving endeavors.

    What are the Factors of Sadness?

    You have to bear in mind that not everyone is affected by the same factor of this fatal feeling, but they might have the same appearance as a sad person.


  • It is payback time.  Someone has done you a harm, and now you want to inflict harm on him or her.  You want retribution.  We see it all the time in so many movies and TV shows.  A man seeks revenge for what has been done to him, and he gets it.  Wouldn’t you love the chance to say such powerful words now you get to have your revenge?  Does revenge belong in our real lives?

    We see it as a way of getting closure after we have been wronged, and it can be quite rewarding in the heat of the moment.  Still, does it stay rewarding?  What it actually does is prolongs the suffering of the original wrongdoing.  It means that, instead of healing your wounds, you are keeping them fresh.

  • Love might as well be the meaning of our lives, don’t you agree?  With love, everything is possible.  It is the most magical occurrence that has been written about and sang about for ages.

    Every single person in this world wants to have love in his or her lives.  Why shouldn’t they?  Humans are made to feel and share love.  It seems like life suddenly has a purpose again once you meet the love of your life, and everyone is searching for that feeling.  Still, not everyone knows how to attract love into his or her life.

  • It may be odd to ask, but how do you define happiness? Does your happiness have the same criteria as others? As you may hear it very often, do you think it makes a great difference in your life?

    Generally speaking, happiness relates to life satisfaction and moments of pleasure. Therefore, a happy person is someone who frequently experiences positive emotions, such as joy and pride and infrequently negative emotions, such as sadness and anger.

    However, each person summarizes their happiness in objects or things. Let’s read together some and find out whether they’re right or not.

    Myths and Facts about Happiness

    What is Happiness? Where Does it Come From? Many people have answered these questions, but which may be closer to reality?

  • Every single day of our life may bring us both troubles and lucky circumstances.  The possibility of both is about equal.  Maybe the next day you will get a raise, or your dog may die, who knows?  Nobody.  You have to be prepared for everything, and it will be better for you if you do not fall into depression when your career hits a bump.