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Caritas President Michael Landau on social stability in the Corona crisis, challenges and the question of whether Caritas employees are also being tested.

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Caritas President Michael Landau on social stability in the

corona

-Crisis, challenges and the question of whether Caritas employees are also being tested.

Michael Landau speaks in

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about the challenges of the corona crisis. “Flatten-the-Curve” also applies to him in the social field. With twice as many people in need as before the Corona crisis, he calls for a return to a functioning minimum income and a “social billion” in order to guarantee social stability.

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Caritas President Michael Landau on social stability in the

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Michael Landau speaks in

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corona

-Crisis, challenges and the question of whether Caritas employees are also being tested.

Michael Landau speaks in

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about the challenges of the corona crisis. “Flatten-the-Curve” also applies to him in the social field. With twice as many people in need as before the Corona crisis, he calls for a return to a functioning minimum income and a “social billion” in order to guarantee social stability.

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Dr. HA VINH THO on true wealth

Dear friends out there, money – what does it actually do to us? Money has developed into a powerful instrument – anyone who has a lot of money would like to receive it and would like to increase it. Those who have little of it become dependent on others in order to survive – be it through work or certain transfer payments. In my professional life I have had a lot to do with people who had a lot of money. But hardly anyone seemed satisfied and happy to me, it was never enough. The next house had to be bigger, the new pool wider and a new garage was built for the eighth car.

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But what is happiness now? Everyone defines that individually for themselves. Dr. Ha Vinh Tho was responsible for the implementation of so-called ‘gross national happiness’ in Bhutan for many years. Bhutan is the only state in the world that does not measure the “happiness” of its citizens in terms of gross domestic product, because other qualities count in the “happiness ministry” there. I have Dr. Ha Vinh Tho asked how he defines happiness.

Dr. Ha Vinh Tho: The most important factor for our well-being is the quality of our human relationships, the feeling of being embedded in a good community with family, good friends or even nice colleagues. That makes us humans happy because we are social beings. Living in harmony with your fellow human beings is one of the most important things you can do to feel happy. Another very important component is that we live in harmony with our environment and nature.

Many people may not notice this at first. If, for example, we have a dispute with our partner or an unpleasant discussion with a colleague, we immediately notice the disharmony contained therein. But when we live in a big city, for example, many people sometimes don’t even notice how much they lack nature. We now know through many years of research that a process of alienation from nature has very negative consequences for the human individual. Depression or burnout diseases are much more common in people.

For me, these are the three cornerstones of a happy life: living in harmony with yourself, living in harmony with others and living in harmony with nature.

So, get out into nature. Have a nice weekend dear people.

And now it’s your turn, dear readers! What is happiness for you guys? Write me an email to info@corinnabusch.com

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Dr. HA VINH THO on true wealth

Dear friends out there, money – what does it actually do to us? Money has developed into a powerful instrument – anyone who has a lot of money would like to receive it and would like to increase it. Those who have little of it become dependent on others in order to survive – be it through work or certain transfer payments. In my professional life I have had a lot to do with people who had a lot of money. But hardly anyone seemed satisfied and happy to me, it was never enough. The next house had to be bigger, the new pool wider and a new garage was built for the eighth car.

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But what is happiness now? Everyone defines that individually for themselves. Dr. Ha Vinh Tho was responsible for the implementation of so-called ‘gross national happiness’ in Bhutan for many years. Bhutan is the only state in the world that does not measure the “happiness” of its citizens in terms of gross domestic product, because other qualities count in the “happiness ministry” there. I have Dr. Ha Vinh Tho asked how he defines happiness.

Dr. Ha Vinh Tho: The most important factor for our well-being is the quality of our human relationships, the feeling of being embedded in a good community with family, good friends or even nice colleagues. That makes us humans happy because we are social beings. Living in harmony with your fellow human beings is one of the most important things you can do to feel happy. Another very important component is that we live in harmony with our environment and nature.

Many people may not notice this at first. If, for example, we have a dispute with our partner or an unpleasant discussion with a colleague, we immediately notice the disharmony contained therein. But when we live in a big city, for example, many people sometimes don’t even notice how much they lack nature. We now know through many years of research that a process of alienation from nature has very negative consequences for the human individual. Depression or burnout diseases are much more common in people.

For me, these are the three cornerstones of a happy life: living in harmony with yourself, living in harmony with others and living in harmony with nature.

So, get out into nature. Have a nice weekend dear people.

And now it’s your turn, dear readers! What is happiness for you guys? Write me an email to info@corinnabusch.com

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Are happiness and love related?

Dear friends out there, many wise people have spoken out on the questions of life and the fact of the question itself. It is disgraceful not to go, but to let yourself go and ask in the midst of the vortex of things in amazement: How did I get here? At least that’s what Seneca meant. Oscar Wilde was of the opinion that it is always worth asking questions – even if they are not always worth answering. I leave it up to you whether you answer these questions:

Have a nice weekend, dear people.

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And now it’s your turn, dear readers! What are your answers? Write me an email to info@corinnabusch.com

© Corinna Busch Corinna Busch. Journalist, author, coach and News.at columnist

The bush drum

the new column on News.at

In Africa, New Guinea, and the American tropics, for centuries the locals used a type of drum telegraph to communicate with one another over long distances. A bush drum. Just like our columnist, the German-Austrian Corinna Busch. With her columns she wants to connect, exchange and stimulate discussions with her readers over long distances. The bush drum will mainly deal with the issues of partnership, relationships and our social change.

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