Sad But True
The most profound joy has more of gravity than of gaiety in it.
- Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)
Chalk it up to Energy, Gravity is a Different Equation Altogether - A planksip Möbius
Sad But True
Inspired by Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592)'s quote, "The most profound joy has more of gravity than of gaiety in it". The titled responsion is...
ow many times have you heard someone say "Chalk it up to gravity"? What about when we have the sinking feeling or a bad day at work. All of these are signs that gravity is working against us. However, if you understand that gravity is just an energy, not a physical force, you will be able to control it and use it in your favor. This knowledge will help you live better lives by freeing you up to do more than just write chalk it up to energy, just chalk it up to gravity.
Gravity is just an energy. You can't control the movement of the gravitational force, so you have to learn how to adapt to the gravity on your Earth. If you understand the concept of gravity then you can adapt to it. If you have a bad day at work, you might chalk it up to gravity and accept the fact that you need to be more organized. However, if you learn that there is a much more advanced concept involved then you can start to use the knowledge you have learned to change your life for the better. When you understand gravity, you have a chance to learn about the more advanced concepts associated with this universal force. This is important because you can use these concepts to either improve or change your life for the better.
Chalk it up to energy, but remember that gravity is a different equation altogether. You cannot force gravity to change its behavior; you have to learn to use the universal force in a way that benefits you. Once you learn how to harness the power of the energy in nature, then you can find many ways to use this energy in a positive manner. If you want to improve your life, then you must learn how to harness the energy of nature and use it in a positive way. Learn how to take advantage of the laws of nature and use it to your benefit. By learning how to harness the power of gravity you will have a better understanding of the more advanced concepts associated with the force that has been around since the beginning of time.
A plug for a priori
Inspired by Albert Einstein (1879-1955)'s quote, "Imagination is more important than knowledge.". The titled responsion is
Einstein's hierarchy of epistemology places imagination above, beyond and circumventing (relatively speaking) knowledge. Well, that's the idea, sprung from existence into being; the ontology ex nihilo!
If you want to be an inspiration, a great place to start would be to explore your imagination. Imagination is always more valuable than knowledge. While knowledge is useful for things that we need to know, like how to play tennis, for example, we should also use our imagination to create new ways of doing things. The reason for this is that knowledge and the way we know about it are often static, whereas our imagination allows us to change things around and see the world from a different perspective.
It's time to do just that when you're working on your creative side. To be inspired by Albert Einstein is one thing, but to be inspired by your own creativity is another thing entirely. Use your imagination as much as possible, and you'll soon discover that the things you see, hear, touch, and experience will all have a deeper meaning.
In fact, inspiration can come from the simple things in life, such as a new idea or a photograph that inspires you. But it's not always so easy to find what inspires you, especially if your mind is filled with all sorts of information. There are, however, many things you can do to be inspired by Albert Einstein. The first step is to use your imagination. After that, you'll see it begin to take shape and make sense.