The Classic Pamela Positive: Spending Time with People You Love and Who Love You


Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman: “It is only a slight exaggeration to say that happiness is the experience of spending time with people you love and who love you.”

Gifts and giving.  We associate so much of that with happiness.  Yet our one true Happiness is Loving Others.  Oh that sweet presence to just be around those we cherish and feel at home with!


Daniel Kahneman is an Israeli-American psychologist and Nobel laureate.  He is known for his work in the psychology of decision-making.  He was born in Tel Aviv, spent his childhood in France, and moved to Israel in the late 1940s.  He studied psychology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and began his career as a lecturer there.  Kahneman has published extensively in psychology, and received the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics in 2002 for his work on prospect theory.  He is currently on the faculty at Princeton.


One thought on “The Classic Pamela Positive: Spending Time with People You Love and Who Love You

  1. Faasema samuel Teryima

    the pamis,i don’t think its right spending time with some one who love and is interested in a marriage union like ours for such a need to create time for a meeting and not just talking if this is going to be all of these without knowing where to end our proposals then i should withdraw from this and be peaceful than hoping and hoping.we spoke,we say all i can say now the next thing is when is my visit?i  am not interested to hear things out of this line not playing for taking a decision that we affect my life and move i am not jack of all trade.thanks.



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