I recently read an interesting piece on a ten year study on "genius" completed by researchers at Harvard called the Zero Point study.
They defined the genius capacity as being demonstrated by certain individuals that bring forth great ideas, transformational thinking, movement, social change, innovative ideas that transform and transpose us to a whole new height of living.
Have you ever felt nostalgic as you see a period of your life that is seemingly coming to a close?
Sometimes it is a move to a different country instigated by a new work assignment. Parents can very easily relate to this when looking at their children growing so fast - one moment we are keen to see them grow up, become more independent and easier to take care of, while in the next, we yearn to stay in the moment while they are really young and just being child-like. Sometimes, we feel nostalgia for the good old days in a relationship that has since evolved to a level which we no longer feel we belong to.