Emotional health at work—a spiritual approach

It's worth the effort to find your peace

Call It Healthy Emotions, emotional intelligence, or emotional health—the barometer of the human condition is, for most people, the state of their own personal moods and feelings.

The conundrum of human emotions is not just the topic du jour over cafe and kitchen tables. Thinkers as early as the third century BC attempted to explain the emotions. Aristotle felt that emotions involve experiencing and evaluating stimuli that are weighed by taking into account the potential for gain or pleasure. Emotion, the French philosopher Descartes reasoned centuries later, mediates between a stimulus and a response.

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