Dopamine Issue 3, finally out now!
We hope this home of warm poetry and inspiring articles flutters fireflies of comfort in your heart. Don’t forget to share these with your friends, family, colleagues, even strangers and make their day!
Articles and Poems
A word from the creators
Thank you for taking out the time to read our Issue 3! We hope this home of warm poetry and inspiring articles fluttered fireflies of comfort in your heart. Don’t forget to share these with your friends, family, colleagues and strangers and make their day. A huge shout out to Ishaan Kumar, who put in his artistic genius to produce the beautiful designs in this issue! We couldn’t have pulled it off without him.
We hope that the book review took you back to memories of books and stories that have made you smile, the music review found you tapping your feet in delightful rhythm, the happiness list reminded you of moments brimming with positivity and encouraged you to look forward to those in your future and lastly, we hope that you’ve gathered some lessons to take home on self love to lead a more satisfying life.
Please let us know what you thought of this edition and how we can improve. Feedbacks are essential and we’d be thrilled to hear from you!
Our brain is hard coded to focus on the negatives, but the next time you’re struggling, remember that it takes patience. Turn your attention to other positive things to find peace. The most important thing though is to not give up hope.
Optimism is an important skill to find opportunities and solutions, not some kind of emotional rose-tinted glasses.The ability to abandon all apathy creates space for positivity. So, compliment someone. Express your unconventional interests and you’ll find yourself making friends in the strangest places.
PS: We would love to feature your original joyful thoughts! Submit them here: dopamineplanet.com/contribute
“Happiness is like a butterfly, the more you chase it, the more it will evade you, but if you notice the other things around you, it will gently come and sit on your shoulder.”
― Henry David Thoreau