2015年3月27日 星期五

“Study: Just thinking by yourself isn't much fun” by Malcolm Ritter on BloombergBusinessWeek.com


Study: Just thinking by yourself isn't much fun by Malcolm Ritter on BloombergBusinessWeek.com

Recent study says that seeking how to deal with loneliness is interesting. This article shows that in order to figure out how people would react while they are alone. The experiment was designed to let them give themselves an electronic shock. While they doing the experiment at home, most of them at first not to follow up and then while they feel about bored they tend to start the shock. Of course, all the participators would get paid within the experiment. The result gives people that people while they were alone, most of them would find out to stay just alone without cell phone, mobile devices and Internets bothering are hardly to bear.

Since many people are seeking their inner peace or their true selves from the busy business society. They might not be able to get through out of the studys result. However, Chan Meditation participants will not have the result at all. Through the practice, we would not even have the thought of bored, all the thoughts would be let go. Our goal is to seek the purification. Once we access the true purification, we can be benefited with joy from inside our heart and fulfillment.