The Theory of Everything is but a TOE in the ocean
To myself I am only a child playing on the beach, while vast oceans of truth lie undiscovered before me.
- Isaac Newton (1643–1727)
A Broken T.O.E. and a Theory Worth Discovering
The Theory of Everything is but a TOE in the ocean
Inspired by ‘s Isaac Newton (1643–1727)quote, “To myself I am only a child playing on the beach, while vast oceans of truth lie undiscovered before me.”. The titled responsion is…
Why children often develop social problems, and why it is not possible for them to be taught to deal with social situations without being exposed to a certain amount of social conflict. Dr. Eliot argues that all social situations, no matter how small or how big, must be confronted in order for children to grow into well-adjusted adults. If a child playing on the beach is only exposed to some kind of social situation, they will most likely become afraid of the beach and avoid it, which will prevent them from developing social skills.
Dr. Eliot also claims that all children should learn to deal with social situations, and that children can do this without ever facing them. However, if children are never exposed to any social situations, then they will not have the opportunity to develop social skills. This means that all children, whether they are on a beach or in a school classroom, need to be exposed to at least one social situation before they can learn to be comfortable with social situations. Children who are exposed to a lot of social situations and learn how to deal with those situations will become more confident, more cooperative, and they will be more likely to develop socially. On the other hand, children who are never exposed to any social situations are not likely to develop socially, and therefore they will be much more prone to being aggressive, less cooperative, and more afraid of the social world.
Dr. Eliot argues that if we wish to make children comfortable in the social world, we must expose them to a variety of social experiences. While we should expose them to social settings like school and other public places, we also have to expose them to a lot of different types of situations. We should expose them to a variety of people, different backgrounds, and different ways of thinking. By doing this, we will make sure that our children will develop the social skills that will allow them to be more comfortable with all kinds of social situations. This way, we will be able to make sure that our children learn to interact with their peers and their classmates in a very social way, and that they will become a lot more successful in life.
Expectations always lie, next to the absolute that is!
Inspired by Alexander Pope (1688–1744)’s quote, “Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.”. The titled responsion is…
The middle ground is managing your expectations. Pedantically expressed and normally aspirated you can balance predicted outcomes with the flotsam and jetsam of our consumptive model for survival. Stepping outside the normality of it all and making your point with a direct statement is more effective. Transmitting intentional is ethical!
We can ask ourselves, what is a “thing” that we expect? If we are expecting something of someone, we may be expecting something that we have already given or received. For example, when you say, I want a raise, you are expecting a promotion. But if you say I want you to work longer hours, you are expecting something more that you already have. If you want something from someone, you may be expecting something that you do not have or that does not yet exist. For example, if you were expecting a vacation, you would be expecting that the hotel where you stay would be full. But if you ask the hotel how much room you have available, you are expecting to get more money than you expected and therefore expecting nothing.
The Bible also says, “Blessed is he who expects nothing in return for the kindness of his soul”. The Bible tells us that when we do the things that God asks us to do, He gives us His love, and when we love someone back, we are showing our love back to Him. Thus, He will never ever disappoint us. When we expect nothing from someone, we can never expect anything in return. As Christians, we must always expect the good and always receive the good in return.
Pleasure Pain Principal
Inspired by Lord Byron (1788–1824)’s quote, “The great art of life is sensation, to feel that we exist, even in pain.”. The titled responsion is…
Feeling your existence is painful, especially when you stub your theory of everything (T.O.E). The biology of it all mixes the amygdala with the feedback loops of the PFC. The experience is electrifying!
The extraordinary specialty of life is sensation, to feel as though we exist, even in torment. The extraordinary craft of life is to have the fearlessness to be distant from everyone else on the planet, even in torment. The incredible specialty of life is to encounter the puzzle of affection and to permit it to make itself known. To gain from other people who are not reluctant to let it hard and fast is the best blessing there is.
The extraordinary craft of life is being gutsy, in any event, when all appears to be dull. To have the option to give the great access. Being sufficiently intense to go past what any other individual is happy to give you. Tolerating and in any event, looking past your dread. The extraordinary specialty of life is being bold to feel like we exist.
The extraordinary craft of life is to be sufficiently gutsy to relinquish what society discloses to us we “should” be. To relinquish the desires that the individuals around us have of us. To grasp what makes us remarkable and as well as can be expected be.
To relinquish the dread of what may occur later on, so as to carry on with a daily existence brimming with trust. A day to day existence loaded up with satisfaction and happiness. An existence of adoration, sympathy and benevolence.
The incredible craft of life is to relinquish our feelings of trepidation of what will befall us throughout everyday life. Of things to come and our own lives. We are told constantly that we should desert our past. That we should acknowledge the torment of others. That we should relinquish love and empathy for others so as to encounter the torment of ourselves.
The specialty of life is to not let the dread of agony devour you. Truth be told the extraordinary craft of life is to do all that we can to decrease our agony. We can change and improve our lives than they were the point at which we began. No agony, no addition, just life.
At the point when we let go of the entirety of the torment and enduring, the best blessing we can provide for ourselves is to gain from others that have been there before us. furthermore, the individuals who have gone before us. Also, from this we are allowed to be as brilliant as we wish to be.
The extraordinary craft of life is to be sufficiently brave to encounter the completion of adoration. Also, the incredible specialty of life is to relinquish dread and let the excellence of life radiate through. Giving up and releasing the torment is the method of the ace.
To ensure that we are doing everything we can to take advantage of the extraordinary craft of life and its numerous endowments. To find out about our reality, about who we truly are, and the conceivable outcomes of a more full, more lovely life.
Another life that is brimming with trust, euphoria, plenitude and harmony. A day to day existence loaded with affection, mindful and sympathy. A daily existence that is brimming with affection and sympathy.
We should figure out how to give up and let the excellence and euphoria, the affection and the thoughtfulness radiate through in our every day lives. In the end we have to have the fortitude to confront the world and our dread, and let go of it. It is the best way to make a daily existence loaded with affection and sympathy.
We have to find out about the extraordinary specialty of life and its numerous blessings. Giving up is the best way to make a full life.
Let Go of Letting Go
Inspired by Franz Kafka (1883–1924)’s quote, “One of the first signs of the beginning of understanding is the wish to die.”. The titled responsion is…
- Franz Kafka (1883–1924)There is a saying that the first sign of the beginning of understanding is the desire to die. We have heard this over again and in fact we’ve all felt it at some point in time. This is not meant as a suggestion for anyone. It simply means that if you were to live with the feeling of fear of dying you would never understand life in any form. If you want to understand your life, then you need to learn to embrace your fear and learn to love it. If you try to fight with it you will only be hurting yourself more. In other words, love your fear and it will fall into place like a feather in the wind.
We can begin to understand our life when we start to feel the desire to know our death. When we come to the realization that we are dying we then need to realize that life is much better than death. There is a huge difference between the two. If we do not understand this then we can easily become a slave to the fear of dying. We will not allow the fear of death to take control of us. We need to realize that it is okay to die and it is okay for life to continue.
The final and most important sign of understanding is the desire to live. We need to realize that death is not the end of life, it is just another stage. It is also important that we understand that we are still in control of our own life and our own destiny. Death does not control us; we control it. Therefore, we need to learn to let go of the fear of death. We also need to realize that death does not have a big part to play in our lives.
Healing is the process that Kafka is referring to in a Socratic nod and a cock a doodle doo and all the ills of life. Or is it another footnote to Plato? Wishful thinking perhaps is the death of us all, I say seize the day and make tomorrow better than yesterday and that’s the present, the gift of the here and now.
Where You Goin With No Shoes On?
Inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)’s quote, “Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat.”. The titled responsion is…
If you do not win, make yourself believe that you have not lost.” “There’s no such thing as a stupid question.” — Carl Jung “Never confuse your single victory with a single victory.” — Robert Kaplan | “What we see is what we make of it.” — James Earl Ray | “Be careful, if you let your work define you, then your whole life will be defined by your work.”
If you don’t win, make yourself believe that you have not lost. If you lose, make yourself believe that you have won. If you win, make yourself believe that you have lost.
It is important to never confuse the final defeat with the initial defeat. The initial defeat will happen and there will be times when you feel that you have failed. But you should never mistake the first moment you know that you have failed for the moment when you know that you have won. The first moment that you think you have failed is the first moment that you make yourself believe that you have succeeded. You should never let yourself be fooled by the moment you think that you have won, because there is a big difference between losing the fight and winning the war. So the key here is to never confuse defeat with victory, but to always look at failure as a lesson that you can use to become stronger and wiser in the future.
Science Has Dominion Over All
Inspired by — Richard Feynman (1918–1988)’s quote, “I believe that a scientist looking at nonscientific problems is just as dumb as the next guy.”. The titled responsion is…
That’s one thing that didn’t think about in this article, but let’s take another look at this. If you go to a bank and look around, you’re going to see tons of people in there working on all sorts of different issues. And you might even see the CEO of the bank there with all of these folks working on all sorts of different issues. There’s no doubt that all of these people are thinking about a number of different things. However, you know that some of those people who are thinking about money aren’t thinking about anything that would lead them to think about all of those other things. So when they go to work, they don’t seem to be thinking about all those things that are outside of the realm of their job.
So when we talk about science, we’re really talking about the entire process. You have to understand this. Now that you understand that it makes sense to think about your own life, and what’s going on in it, why not start trying to think outside of the box. It’s going to make you a better person.
The work of ignorance we perform on a daily basis is a sojourn from Science, a part-time profession for some, and tenure-sentence for the uneducated. Early release and good behaviour is a forme of the Good in itself. God is a forme of doublespeak directed towards those who prefer heuristics over wisdom. When problems persist, intuition is a valuable felt experience, reconciled against virtue models of homeostasis, and thus consciousness is explained.
Propped Up and Pushed Out
Inspired by Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962)’s quote, “I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot.”. The titled responsion is…
The act of objectifying women is embraced and leveraged to her advantage, how is Marilyn Monroe a role model for women? Is the standard realistic? How has her sexuality defined what it is to be a woman in contemporary culture?
Marilyn Monroe, the sultry blonde bombshell, was born on February 14, 1926, in Los Angeles, growing up in an orphanage and later in foster homes. The daughter of an Irish father and an American mother, she was also adopted by her cousin, June Carter. In her youth, she was known for her beauty and was often seen in magazines as being an object of desire. By the time she reached adulthood, her body had changed and she was no longer beautiful, but was instead a confident, intelligent and strong woman who spoke out about social issues.
In her later years, Marilyn became the sultry blonde bombshell that many women dreamed of when they were young, the quintessential “Playboy” blond. In addition to being the famous “Playboy” blonde, she also had long, dark hair, a big round face and was naturally blonde with a hint of brown. She did not go for plastic surgery, but instead chose to enhance her natural look by bleaching her skin to a lighter shade. She dyed it white and dyed it red, and made sure that her makeup and hair matched her appearance, as well as being different from the models she worked with. As the years went by, Monroe’s fame continued to grow, and she took on a more public role as a fashion icon, appearing regularly on talk shows and movies.
Throughout her life, Marilyn Monroe has been the inspiration for many women. She inspired many women to follow their dreams and try to achieve their goals, and her life can be used as a model for others. Some of the great women who have chosen to emulate Monroe include: Gertrude Stein, Bette Davis, Madonna, Bette Midler, Betty Friedan, Madonna, Judy Garland, Diana Ross, Linda Ronstadt and Oprah Winfrey.
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