Ikigai (生き甲斐, pronounced [ikiɡai]) is a Japanese concept meaning "a reason for being". Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, since it is believed that discovery of one's ikigai brings satisfaction and meaning to life.

Ikigai (生き甲斐, pronounced [ikiɡai]) is a Japanese concept meaning "a reason for being". Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, sinc

NEW from PaperArtsy {Eclectica³ Emma Godfrey} February 2017

NEW from PaperArtsy {Eclectica³ Emma Godfrey} February 2017 (PaperArtsy)

Ikigai is an interesting self-development concept from Japan, a prism for potentially seeing how to bring satisfaction, happiness & meaning to life. The direct translation is the “happiness of being busy.”

Ikigai is an interesting self-development concept from Japan, a prism for potentially seeing how to bring satisfaction, happiness & meaning to life. The direct translation is the “happiness of being busy.

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She says that her work is about expressing the “magic of light”. Um… nailed it! She uses dichroic glass, and in case you’ve never heard of dichroic glass, (meaning two colour). Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.”

chris wood (The Jealous Curator)

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She uses dichroic glass, developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation.

Hello everybody, So today i felt like speaking of the things we want in our life. We are never satisfied. Its seems the desire to have somthing is a never ending one. The desire remains the same , …

Having the have-nots

良き図。#yarigai のほうが近い。  #やりがい #生きがい #生き甲斐  @infobeautiful ・・・ ‘Ikigai’ - an interesting self-development concept from Japan. A prism and object of contemplation for enhancing life satisfaction and meaning. #datavisualization #infographic #davidmccandless #informationisbeautiful #dataisbeautiful #ikigai #diagram #chart

良き図。#yarigai のほうが近い。 #やりがい #生きがい #生き甲斐 @infobeautiful ・・・ ‘Ikigai’ - an interesting self-development concept from Japan. A prism and object of contemplation for enhancing life satisfaction and meaning. #datavisualization #infographic #davidmccandless #informationisbeautiful #dataisbeautiful #ikigai #diagram #chart

‘Ikigai’ - an interesting self-development concept from Japan. A prism and object of contemplation for enhancing life satisfaction and meaning. #datavisualization #infographic #davidmccandless #informationisbeautiful #dataisbeautiful #ikigai #diagram #chart

‘Ikigai’ - an interesting self-development concept from Japan. A prism and object of contemplation for enhancing life satisfaction and meaning. #datavisualization #infographic #davidmccandless #informationisbeautiful #dataisbeautiful #ikigai #diagram #chart

Wat is jouw Ikigai? Waarvoor kom jij graag elke dag uit je bed? Wat is jouw doelstelling?

Why North Americans should consider dumping age-old retirement: Pasricha

What is More Important: Meaning or Salary [INFOGRAPHIC]

Philips Work-Life Survey shows that of working Americans would be willing to take a salary cut to work in a job that better allowed them to apply their personal interests to the workplace.

Theory and practical, supported with worksheets that are used to assess students knowledge of terminology and practices of Visual Design.:

Design Elements and Principles - Tips and Inspiration By Canva

Graphic design // Theory and practical, supported with worksheets that are used to assess students knowledge of terminology and practices of Visual Design.

"'Abide in my word' (John 8:31). This cannot mean merely 'Keep my commandments.'…

Abiding in Jesus is trusting that He really is loving us at every moment and that everything He revealed about himself and our future is true.

The Last Man You Meet profiles Gregory B Levett, a third-generation funeral director in Georgia who has been in the business of dealing with death since he was 10. Guided by faith, compassion and his own brush with death, Levett finds great meaning and satisfaction in comforting others during difficult times, but admits that, ‘with all you see and do, you could go crazy’ in his line of work. The US director Chris Bone’s short documentary is at once polished and jarring, pairing elegant…

’ A funeral director on the business of death

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