Balance critical thinking with hope – Homaira Kabir

Critical thinking, in the absence of the strengths of transcendence can turn into bitter cynicism.

Finding fault without feelings of gratitude leads to bitterness and anger. Finding fault without feeling hopeful about improving the situation produces a strange resignation mixed with elements of superiority. Finding fault without seeing the beauty and goodness of human beings makes us believe the worst about ourselves as a species and blinds us to the virtue in the world.” – Homaira Kabir

This is the intersection between psychology and spirituality. I’m in.

Reference Bio: Homaira Kabir is a positive psychology practitioner currently working in Muscat, Oman. She inspires and supports women to live engaged and fulfilled lives of purpose and well-being. She also enables adolescents to harness the brilliance of their age through programs in middle school. She is a writer whose work has appeared in media around the world.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Karen Kervick on May 9, 2015 at 11:42 am

    This could resonate with a lot of people.


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