Good works are useful to those who commit them

The more good deeds we do, the happier we feel ourselves. This direct relationship confirmed large-scale study of Japanese and American psychologists headed by Keiko Otake (Keiko Otake), conducted at the University Kwansei Gakuin College and Kobe (Japan).

Good works are useful to those who commit them

The more good deeds we do, the happier we feel ourselves. This direct relationship confirmed large-scale study of Japanese and American psychologists headed by Keiko Otake (Keiko Otake), conducted at the University Kwansei Gakuin College and Kobe (Japan). Those who express their gratitude, tenderness and other good feelings to people in concrete daily activities, not just more optimistic look at the world, but also physically feel better, feel their life more harmonious. Of course, good deeds - is not the only way to happiness, yet these things are interrelated. Therefore, if at some point we seem unfortunate that everything goes wrong, it is worth to try to do good more often to regain composure.