All of Life is a Stage. Act.

I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.
— John Locke (1632-1704)
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I would rather be playing in my virtual world - A planksip Möbius

I would rather be playing in my virtual world

All of Life is a Stage. Act.

I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.
— John Locke (1632-1704)

Despite the fact that I have used the often ridiculed analogy to life being a performance of sorts, the titled responsion is prompting the reader to perform.

It is no big surprise that this part of the activity is regularly misconstrued and associated with productivity. The possibility that all activities have implications, a course, or an objective in life is a misguided judgment. Sometimes, individuals attempt to make these activities into something more than they really are.

Activities are only articulations of considerations and expectations. They are not things that have meaning. Our contemplations and aims cause us to move here and there. All things have ended; we may go around and around, however, they do as such, which is as it should be.

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John Locke FRS was an English philosopher and physician, widely regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers and commonly known as the “Father of Liberalism”.
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When we are trying to do something important to us, we can decide to remain where we are. We can return to a point where we began. We can likewise stop where we are and start at an alternate point where we will begin where we are going. On the off chance that the idea or expectation was wrong, we can take the necessary steps to change our reasoning. However, this is preposterous with considerations and expectations.

As we draw nearer to what we need, we start to consider what others would figure, what they would see, how we would look, or what they would think. If they are not content with what we are doing, at that point, we should make changes to the contemplations that we have.

Musings and goals can't be changed, regardless of what anybody says. We should change our musings. On the off chance that we don't need change, we don't have anything to lose. We have everything to pick up. We can get ourselves liberated from negative ideas and examples and find new ways that lead to more satisfaction.

Activity is a statement of our musings. Considerations can't be changed without activities, yet musings are different from activities. Activities cause physical development toward an item or an individual.

Musings are the declarations of our thoughts, sentiments, wants contemplations, and wants. Contemplations are considerations. Activity is activity. So if you need to discover joy in the physical world, consider things that give you delight and consider ways that you can communicate those musings genuinely by doing physical acts.

Bliss originates from the physical articulation of your joy. Bliss originates from satisfaction right now and not later on. Satisfaction is a feeling we have; it tends to be communicated in any circumstance in the physical world.

Satisfaction is an inclination that is felt when we are content with our actions. At the point when we are troubled, we feel awful. So when we are upbeat, we feel better.

An upbeat individual sees everything positively and spotlights what's going on. They don't permit themselves to harp on negative things.

When we are glad, our feelings are in harmony, and the vitality streams like a waterway. When we are pitiful, our vitality is pulled somewhere around the pessimism and we feel awful.

When we are miserable, we permit our negative contemplations to wait, become baffled, and attempt to drive our musings away. This makes our vitality transform into disappointment and outrage. As we keep driving our considerations away, our contemplations become more negative until we understand that there isn't anything we can never really free of.

We need to push our considerations toward joy; however, we don't have the foggiest idea of how to do as such. On the off chance that we don't have the foggiest idea of what to do, we can return to where we are now, despondency, and continue pushing ahead. In any case, we should start with a positive perspective and begin showcasing the contemplations we need to communicate.

Tranquil Nothingness

Elected Silence, sing to me And beat upon my whorlèd ear, Pipe me to pastures still and be The music that I care to hear.
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889)

The titled responsion of nothingness has a poetic ring to it. The experience Gerard is describing is an analogy of sorts. Before you take that as gospel, let me point out that I have struggled to define an analog as of late.

So what is the difference between a metaphor, simile, and an analogy? All three use comparisons, but they're not the same. One point to remember is that metaphors and similes are figures of speech, while an analogy is a type of argument. A metaphor is something, a simile is like something, and an analogy explains how one thing is like another and helps explain them.

As it turns out, there is no explanation. Or is there? It is at this point I have realized that I can not participate in the systematic identification of analogies of Plato's dialogues with John Ziolkowski.

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Gerard Manley Hopkins SJ was an English poet and Jesuit priest, whose posthumous fame established him among the leading Victorian poets. Two of his major themes were nature and religion.
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Mindfulness moves metaphysical mountains. Actual mountains move much slower. Imagine slowing the cadence of thought to a tectonic pace. Punctuated grumbles and rolling rocks tumble; silence dominates this material narrative. On the other hand, human consciousness fills our perceptions of idle nothingness with a multitude of myelination we can not forget. This complex storage and retrieval system is memorable!

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