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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wednesday's Words of Wisdom: Psychologist Carl G. Jung


 -->“Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, & the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.” C. J. Jung

Thought for the Day: In addition to What if? Wednesdays with short video posts, I will be adding a new series. On some blogs Wednesdayas are called Wordless Wednesdays. As a psychologist, it's hard for me to go "wordless." Therefore, I've decided to do a psychologist's version of Wordless Wednesday with Wednesday's Words of Wisdom & will post interesting quotes from other psychologists. Today's quote is from Carl G. Jung a contemporary of Freud. Given that he lived from July 26, 1875 till June 6, 1961, his take on happiness & sadness is quite interesting. What are your thoughts on this quote? 

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