Isn't Life a Performance!
The secret of getting things done is to act!
- Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Möbius Makers Take Center Stage
Isn't Life a Performance!
Inspired by Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)'s quote, "The secret of getting things done is to act!". The titled responsion is, "Isn't Life a Performance!". What follows is subject to revision, do you have any suggestions?
What kind of actor are you? What kind of actor do you want to be? The script is somewhat your own to create, to craft and to conspire for and against.
We Are All But Actors On The Stage of Life
Inspired by John Keats (1795-1821)'s quote, "It is not knowledge, but the act of learning, not possession but the act of getting there, which grants the greatest enjoyment.". The titled responsion is...
The act of working towards something, the pursuit of maybe and the möbius of the moment is all we possess in the Logos of life. Stand up and defend that trajectory, follow that vector of thought worth living.
and vice versa
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)'s quote, "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night". The titled responsion is a reversal of sorts, implicate order, beautiful confined.
On the Stage of Life
Inspired by Henri Bergson (1859-1941)'s quote, "Think like a man of action, act like a man of thought". The titled responsion is emphasizing the stage play. What kind of actor are you? Protagonist or antagonistic? Chances are you are pro-life, your life that is, not the politicalized, Christianized smokescreen.
The Actors are Not Center Stage
Inspired by Marie Curie (1867-1934)'s quote, "In science, we must be interested in things, not in persons.". The titled responsion is...
Should Science as a whole take priority over any and all projected or anticipated appeals to authority? As a priming form of humility, a mental warm-up exercise if you will, I pair the appeal to authority fallacy with the most proven and reliable form of thought that we have as a species and by doing so would like you to consider the following point; prominence within the field, intellectual heroes and the desire for validation from your peers are powerful drivers towards accomplishment. If the actors don't take the center stage we negate the protagonist in the story. This may or may not be good, What are your thoughts?
Have you ever wondered why the actors are not center stage in the movies? I'm sure the answer is because they are not human. They are not real. You can't relate to them.
Such actors have not undergone life-altering experiences that would make them unique. They simply have the right kind of skills and the right amount of luck. The acting abilities are natural. No one has to be a genius to be good at acting.
That being said, such talent is extremely rare. It's almost an oxymoron to consider that there are so many actors that fail to act out on film. It should also come as no surprise that they usually are very talented in some way or another.
If such talent was possessed by all humans equally, then people from all walks of life would have been famous in the world for their acting ability. But, this is not the case. There are only a few people who possess such talent.
It is also quite remarkable that there are hardly any such talents in the world of business, politics, finance, entertainment, and other areas of our lives. So it is quite amazing that most people feel that the movie star or the football player is actually the person that we should emulate.
Human beings are not natural actors. It takes lots of work to make them look and act their best. They have to go through rigorous training regimes. They have to get the right amount of luck and the right amount of training. They are not like other animals.
Such talent is simply not in humans. They are not the right type of creatures to be acting out on film. Their natural abilities are far better than what other humans are capable of.
People have believed in them because of their looks and their acting ability. In fact, Hollywood has always been looking for new talent to put on the big screen. It is their hope that they will become stars and that they will make their own movies. instead of letting someone else do the work.
But such talents are so rare that you can hardly find anyone with such talents. On the contrary, there are so many people that are capable of doing what they do better. In fact, they are even more effective. So people just take these people for granted.
They think that those people that are able to do something better are smarter and more talented than them. They believe that people who are successful are the ones who have luck on their side. so the only ones that can be considered lucky are those that are able to attract luck to them.
These people feel that luck is an illusion and therefore, they don't even try to make such individuals successful. The people who are most able to attract luck and get success are those who are the most confident and secure. They are the ones who think that they are in control of their own destiny and therefore, they don't waste any opportunity to become successful.
They don't let the others control them because they feel that they don't deserve it. They feel that they are the true creators of their own destiny.
In other words, these people feel that if they have such beliefs, they will have a good chance to be successful because they are the ones who create their destiny. If they think and believe that they are in control of their destiny, then they are the ones who are going to succeed.
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