Appreciation is Oxygen for the Soul

I believe we can all agree with the words of William James, spoken many years ago, when he said, ‘The deepest principle of human nature is a craving to be appreciated.’

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5 thoughts on “Appreciation is Oxygen for the Soul

  1. Chetali

    It’s so true…genuine appreciation is a life giver like you said…O2 for the soul.
    Thank you so much for sharing this…I truly appreciate my revered Teachers who are my guides and my mentors, showing me the light at every dark or fallen point in my life… I just need to learn how to express my true heartfelt feelings of appreciation for them…thanks again for this golden piece of advice. God Bless You All…

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    1. MARIO E. ALARCIO

      “People want to be appreciated, not impressed. They want to be regarded as human beings, not as mere sounding boards for other people’s egos. They want to be treated as an end in themselves, not as a means toward the gratification of another’s vanity.” – Sydney J. Harris

      However, it seems that William James has this to say: “The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated!”

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