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Our worship of consumerism and technology making us depressed? By Bruce E. No rx hyaluronic acid Levine, no rx hyaluronic acid Chelsea Green Publishing Throughout history many seekers, no rx hyaluronic acid thinkers, no rx hyaluronic acid and prophets have taught about overcoming despair. However, no rx hyaluronic acid it would be difficult to top the greatness of Buddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus. All three were rebels and heretics. All three rejected societal norms and religious orthodoxy. Buddha rebelled against both the caste system and religious rituals. Spinoza rebelled against hypocrisy in his community and certain aspects of accepted theology. Jesus rebelled against a materialistic society and religious authorities. Buddha gave up royalty and wealth, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza was excommunicated and nearly assassinated, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus sacrificed his life. Buddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus all came to a similar conclusion about despair -- quite a different one than that reached by the modern mental health establishment. Although each described it differently, no rx hyaluronic acidBuddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus concluded that the source of our misery is avarice, no rx hyaluronic acid material attachment, no rx hyaluronic acid and self-absorption. While each used different language, no rx hyaluronic acid they all provided a path away from torment and toward well being. Buddha taught how to release oneself from narrow self-interest and craving. Spinoza taught how to liberate oneself from greed and other irrational passions. And Jesus taught, no rx hyaluronic acid very simply, no rx hyaluronic acid about love. Modern mental health culture classifies depression as quite a different matter from the despair spoken of by Buddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus. However, no rx hyaluronic acid while modernity has resulted in different sources of pain, no rx hyaluronic acid human beings and their responses to pain can hardly have changed so dramatically. And so to believe that Buddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus would have dealt only with mild and moderate unhappiness and left debilitating depression for future mental health professionals to tackle seems quite unlikely. Buddha, no rx hyaluronic acid Spinoza, no rx hyaluronic acid and Jesus were not alone in their understanding of the importance of moving beyond self-absorption. In more recent times, no rx hyaluronic acid their message has been echoed by many others, no rx hyaluronic acid including psychoanalyst and social critic Erich Fromm (1900-1980). Fromm argued that the increase in depression in modern industrial societies is connected to their economic systems. Financial success in modern industrial societies is associated with heightened awareness of financial self-interest, no rx hyaluronic acid resulting in greater self-absorption, no rx hyaluronic acid which can increase the likelihood for depression; while a lack of financial self-interest in such an economic system results in deprivation and misery, no rx hyaluronic acid which increases the likelihood for depression. Thus, no rx hyaluronic acid escaping depression in such a system means regularly taking actions based on financial self-interest while at the same time not drowning in self-absorption -- no easy balancing act. No rx hyaluronic acid Read more of this story at: http://www.alternet.org/story/68043/