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  1. What an amaaaaaazing start to my day – (boogies off, smiling)…thank you.

    and on a softer note, this made me wonder why so many people are suspicious of warmth, generosity, friendliness,connection….surely, the joie de vivre in this post is to be welcomed in our society today, but it does not seem the case.

    The Buddhists have a word – mudita – which means ‘sympathetic joy’ – and this post of yours positively shines with it.

    I don’ think we have an equivalent in the West….maybe we could invent a word for it?

    Ideas, anyone?

     

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