Our brains are designed to more easily be stimulated than satisfied

Fascinating look at the science of the brain’s response to seeking and rewards: http://www.slate.com/id/2224932/

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John Dyer

In my day job, I work at Dallas Theological Seminary, and at night I write Bible software for countries whose leaders could be called "overlords." This one time, I wrote a book about technology and Christian faith. You can find out more about what I'm up to at http://j.hn/.

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  1. Wow! This article explains a LOT about my empty nested restlessness. I live in FL and now that I feel the need to begin downsizing, I am constantly amazed at all the shopping going on by retirees.
    Also, I work in a library and am saddened by the amount of dvds vs. books that go out on a daily basis.

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