Pero permite una mejor calidad de vida. El estudio refuerza la teoría de Cicerón, que consideraba la gratitud la principal virtud. A mi me parece una aproximación budista al enfrentar la vida:
“Psychologist Robert Emmons says his 10 strategies can help anyone cultivate a more grateful approach to life. But he warns that the exercises are not for the “intellectually lethargic.” And he stresses that gratitude is incompatible with feelings of victimhood or entitlement, or with the inability to recognize one’s shortcomings or to admit one is not self-sufficient. “Far from being a warm, fuzzy sentiment, gratitude is morally and intellectually demanding,” he says. “It requires contemplation, reflection and discipline. It can be hard and painful work.”