DEJA que HABLEN (Motivación Estoica de Epicteto y Séneca para LIDIAR con las CRÍTICAS y ACTUAR)

DEJA que HABLEN (Motivación Estoica de Epicteto y Séneca para LIDIAR con las CRÍTICAS y ACTUAR)

El estoicismo alberga numerosas enseñanzas para lidiar con las críticas y tomar acción con eficacia sin consideración a lo que piensen los demás. Este vídeo de motivación estoica tiene por objeto exponer, con la ayuda de la filosofía de Séneca, Marco Aurelio y Epicteto, una metodología eficaz para afrontar los juicios de valor perniciosos. Deja que hablen x)
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La moraleja está clara: hagas lo que hagas y pienses lo que pienses, siempre habrá alguien listo para abrir la boca y desprestigiar todo tu sistema de creencias, principios, valores y comportamientos. Poco o nada importa el hecho de que la venenosa descalificación parta de un desconocido que emite sandeces allá por donde pasa, ¿pero qué hay de todas esas personas en las cuáles hemos depositado nuestra confianza o se apalancan en lo objetivo para arrasar moralmente sin piedad alguna? Siendo radicalmente honesto contigo, esto ha generado mucho sufrimiento en mi pasado. Hasta cierto punto, todos deseamos sentir que formamos parte de una comunidad y que nuestras acciones, pensamientos y opiniones desemboquen exitosamente en dicho grupo, quizás llegando a influir notablemente en su proceder.

Uno ha de tener en cuenta que el cerebro del homo sapiens está todavía diseñado para vivir en un entorno de escasez, donde quedar expulsado de la tribu podía significar el adiós con bastante certeza. En una cultura nómada, la supervivencia juega a la ruleta rusa cada día; ergo, el contexto era, por natura, justificación necesaria y suficiente para estar al tanto de cualquier pensamiento ajeno. El enorme contratiempo de este complejo sistema operativo es que se ha quedado obsoleto en tanto en cuanto ya carece de utilidad práctica a la hora de abordar ciertos problemas en los tiempos que corren. Dicho de otro modo: en numerosas ocasiones, lo que piensen los demás de nosotros es concebido como una situación bastante más problemática de lo que es en realidad.

En un texto de Marco Aurelio traducido por Gregory Hays, podemos observar una receta interesante a la hora de lidiar con sujetos problemáticos: “nada más despertarse por la mañana, repítanse en voz alta: las personas con las que tendré que lidiar hoy serán viles, entrometidas, ingratas, arrogantes, deshonestas, celosas y hoscas. Y son así porque no pueden distinguir el bien del mal. No obstante, yo sí he visto de primera mano la belleza del bien y la crueldad del mal, percatándome así de que la naturaleza del malhechor y la mía están relacionadas, no porque sean de la misma sangre o nacimiento, sino debido a que ambos compartimos la misma estructura mental y poseemos una parte divina. Nadie, absolutamente nadie, puede agraviar su espíritu ni implicarles en la crueldad. Tampoco soy quién para enojarme con mi pariente u odiarlo a propulsión de mis viciosas pasiones.
Nacimos para trabajar juntos como un par de pies, manos y ojos. Obstaculizarse los unos a los otros no es natural. Sentir rabia hacia alguien y darle la espalda son obstáculos”.

STEAM TRAIN MAINTENANCE | The Yorkshire Steam Railway | Reel Truth History Documentaries

STEAM TRAIN MAINTENANCE | The Yorkshire Steam Railway | Reel Truth History Documentaries

All Aboard the Yorkshire Express goes behind the scenes at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway; taking us back in time to the golden age of steam. This year they’re celebrating their fiftieth anniversary and we join them as they welcome coach trips, wedding parties and train spotters alike in what they hope will be the railway’s busiest year yet.

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WEDDING ON A STEAM TRAIN | Yorkshire Steam Railway: All Aboard | Reel Truth History Documentaries

WEDDING ON A STEAM TRAIN | Yorkshire Steam Railway: All Aboard | Reel Truth History Documentaries

All Aboard the Yorkshire Express goes behind the scenes at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway; taking us back in time to the golden age of steam. This year they’re celebrating their fiftieth anniversary and we join them as they welcome coach trips, wedding parties and train spotters alike in what they hope will be the railway’s busiest year yet.

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Mythical Creatures of North America – Documentary

Mythical Creatures of North America - Documentary

In this video, we discuss the tales behind many of the most famous cryptids of North America, and even consider if some of them may be real…

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59% of Americans Order from Local Restaurants Exclusively During Pandemic

Many Americans remain hesitant about dining in during COVID-19 and are turning to takeout, even as lockdown restrictions ease and restaurants welcome customers back, said a recent report. The good news for small businesses is that most are ordering from local restaurants instead of large chains.

Bid-on Equipment, an online marketplace for industrial equipment, surveyed 2,000 Americans about their experiences with takeout restaurant orders during COVID-19.

Bid On Equipment Local Restaurant Survey

A report based on the survey and extensive analysis on Google for words like “takeout” and “takeout near me,” revealed that only one in three people has dined inside since restaurants reopened. Nearly half (43%) feel unsafe dining inside, and 65% are spending more than ever on takeout.

Significant to the small business community, 59% of the survey respondents said they prefer ordering from local area restaurants over national name brands.

“Whether they’re dining inside, outside or ordering takeout, the majority of respondents say they’re making an effort to support local businesses over large chain restaurants,” the report said. “Along with making purchases, customers say they’re also tipping more, leaving positive online reviews, donating and placing larger orders.”

Of the 77% of survey respondents who said they left a tip on takeout orders, Millennials and Gen X were most generous, leaving an average of 15%.

The 65% who said they have been ordering more takeout since the pandemic reported spending an average of $67 per week and ordering 2.4 times per week. Millennials were the highest spenders, at $70 per week.

It isn’t just food that people are ordering from local restaurants — to-go alcohol orders rose dramatically as well, thanks to many states and cities relaxing restrictions on consumption.

About one-third of respondents said they have ordered alcohol to-go, and a majority (57%) would like to see alcohol to-go as a permanent option post-pandemic.

Take a look at the full report to see other findings.

And check out this infographic Bid On Equipment created to visualize the results of its survey:

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