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Living within the State of Contention

The stars and stripes are on display for all to see and appreciate. The contentious state of affairs is locked and loaded. In the case of conflict, a "civil" war could emerge out of a hotbed of anger.

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Living within the State of Contention

Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.

- Thomas Paine (1737-1809)

US versus Them and the Failed States of Survival - A planksip Warning

US versus Them and the Failed States of Survival - A planksip Warning

Living within the State of Contention

Inspired by Thomas Paine (1737-1809)'s quote, "Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.". The titled responsion is...

The stars and stripes are on display for all to see and appreciate. The contentious state of affairs is locked and loaded. In the case of conflict, a "civil" war could emerge out of a hotbed of anger. Primed and armed for aggression of the highest magnitude the second amendment is more fuel for the fire. Scary isn't it!

The Landscape of Humanity is Changing

Inspired by Gore Vidal (1925-2012)'s quote, "It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail". The titled responsion is

Is this a sad reality of the States we know? Winners and losers exist in any game, the theory leans towards altruism with contingencies for signal errors. So why can't we all be winners, relatively speaking?

To succeed, one must have the option to succeed and on the off chance that others can't succeed, how might one hope to succeed. The maxim goes that it's insufficient to succeed, you need to flop also. Truly, the facts demonstrate that one needs to succeed, yet disappointment isn't a choice, for it is the main street to progress, a superior street and a street that take one higher than ever of achievement. The individuals who bomb must not get disheartened, rather, they should work more earnestly than they ever had in their lives, and make progress notwithstanding what others are stating.

There is no space for disappointment. On the off chance that somebody says that there is a space for disappointment, they are basically lying. There is definitely no space for disappointment in any undertaking, business or something else. Disappointment is the exact opposite thing that ought to be experienced by anybody.

It isn't sufficient to succeed. Others must fizzle before one succeeds, and in the event that one falls flat, there is no space for disappointment. The individuals who succeed consistently leave a path of disappointments behind them. Disappointment is inescapable, yet gaining from it and dodging it will ensure your prosperity.

We have all observed effective individuals come up short, and the majority of us can relate. You realize what we are discussing, it isn't ideal to see them prevail disregarding all the difficulty. To observe an achievement in its own privilege isn't decent, and it is absolutely not an exercise. We need to see individuals succeed, not to see the individuals who fizzled.

How would we know whether an individual is really extraordinary, whenever there are so numerous different open doors accessible? That is the inquiry many pose. They need to know whether somebody is genuinely incredible, and they need to know whether somebody is a disappointment.

You may think it is unreasonable to condemn somebody, yet this is the best way to enable them to improve. To censure them will just damage, and indeed, it can even harm their confidence. In the event that they feel like there is a major issue with them for not making progress, this will drive them further away. from the main individual they need to converse with about their issues, which is themselves.

It isn't sufficient to be fruitful. Another person needs to fizzle before you will make progress. furthermore, in the event that you neglect to other people, you won't prevail without anyone else. since your psyche accepts that achievement implies coming up short, and disappointment implies disappointment.

Achievement is about not being hesitant to fizzle and prevailing regardless of what others think. There isn't anything amiss with being fruitful, just with not accomplishing it because of dread or the idea that you will fail.

This is the reason a few people will prevail in business while others will fall flat, this is the reason some will make millions while others will battle to cover the tabs. Fruitful individuals don't abandon their fantasies since they didn't accomplish their objectives. Fruitful individuals comprehend disappointment doesn't mean they are a disappointment.

It isn't sufficient to come up short. In the event that an individual comes up short, they gain from their disappointments and push ahead. They know there is one more opportunity out there, they gain from it and they apply the information they have figured out how to their next undertaking.

Making progress isn't sufficient. it isn't sufficient to fall flat. Effective individuals know there are no easy routes to progress.

So as to be really fruitful you have to need to fall flat, at that point learn, and afterward use what you have figured out how to become effective once more. The best way to succeed is by disappointment, and afterward achievement.

US versus Them and the Failed States of Survival

Inspired by Elie Wiesel (1928-2016)'s quote, "We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented". The titled responsion is

The repetitive nature of today's responsion is a warning of sorts and the only one on the planksip blog that repeats itself. Are we witnessing the fall of an empire or the rise of a patriot? #Unity2020  

Casualties Imply Causation

Inspired by  Noam Chomsky (1928-present)'s quote, "Wanton killing of innocent civilians is terrorism, not a war against terrorism.". The titled responsion is...


US versus Them and the Failed States of Survival - A planksip Warning

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