Sometimes But Not Always
The oldest, shortest words — "yes" and "no" — are those which require the most thought.
- Pythagoras (570-495 BC)
Driverless Cars - Who's Driving Whom?
Sometimes But Not Always
If you look closely in the windshield of this "automobile", a digitized face will look back at you. Is this a reflection, the creation of the creator? Big data is the determiner. Let's see where the statistics lie! Binary off/on logic is an open-and-close case. The ethics of "yes" and "no" is what Pythagorus is referring to. Mathematics was his contribution. What's yours?
Maps of Meaning
Inspired by Carl Jung (1875-1961)'s quote, "The least of things with a meaning is worth more in life than the greatest of things without it". The titled responsion is...
Meaning is innate to the being of our very existence, and I don't use innate lightly. Logically cohesive patterns of thought unite in meaning every time we learn something new or remember something important. We have an internal parsing ability within our epiphenomenal projections and adaptive selves.
Consistently we as a whole hear individuals talk about how futile everything is. It seems like an inconsistency, yet it is valid. There are things that have significance to us on an instinctual level, somehow or another. While the importance of things has literally nothing to do with the individual who made them or the individual who utilizes them, it is there regardless.
We could go through a whole day posting all that doesn't have significance to us. There are words, creatures and ideas that appear to be trivial to us, yet are significant to others. There are individuals whose words mean the world to them, since they use them for their endurance. Yet, this is the special case to the standard. What a great many people say in this article, is that we needn't bother with anything by any stretch of the imagination, in light of the fact that there is no an incentive in it, or we don't require it besides.
All in all, what are these things that do have importance to us? All that was made by a maker. All that was made by the divine beings or the spirits or different creatures. All that appeared in the physical world, and we can feel a piece of it. All that exists past reality, or isn't existence, since it is an aspect of the universe.
By and large when we hear individuals express that things have no importance, it boils down to two things: right off the bat, they feel that things have no worth, and besides, they believe that nobody realizes what that worth is. These are both valid, yet they are likewise both bogus. It is critical to recall that all that we call "negligible" has significance to another person. Which means is something that we know merits something. In the event that nobody realizes what that worth is, at that point it is useless to us.
Which means is something that we realize that others incentive to themselves. For instance, somebody may state that you ought to never purchase a lemon, since you get what you pay for. In any case, if the others in their lives think you have a ton to lose, and you truly would like to purchase the lemon, at that point you should get it. This is the manner by which we realize that importance is something others care about.
Which means isn't something that we make, it is something we know to be significant. There are numerous individuals out there who are amazingly rich, and affluent, yet the main explanation they are rich is on the grounds that they realize what importance is to other people.
So the inquiry is, how do things get from being totally insignificant, to being significant to other people? They get from importance to other people, not from things having no significance, which is something that we as a whole have.
To sum up, I accept that the significance of everything lies in the way that we do recognize what is important to ourselves. We don't make meaning, in light of the fact that it is extremely unlikely to do as such.
We as a whole have some type of significant worth, and it is the thing that makes it worth our time and energy to make importance for ourselves. This is the thing that I mean by, "Which means exists" that we never discover meaning anyplace else.
The best spot to hope to discover importance is inside our own self. This is the place we will discover what we have to offer an incentive to other people, to ourselves, and to our general surroundings.
It is tied in with discovering what we need to provide for other people, for us, so we can offer it to them. for them too. The importance we give them will be a statement of who we are personally.
It is significant for us to recollect that when we locate the importance for ourselves, it is never past the point where it is possible to give it. We don't need to hold up until everything has been made. for us to discover it, since we as of now have it.
Hot and Cold Drivers - The Binomial Autopilot and the Shotgun Approach
Inspired by Jack Kerouac (1922-1969)'s quote, "Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?". The titled responsion is...
Whatcha Gonna Do With That New Found Freedom?
Inspired by Toni Morrison (1931-2019's quote, "Bit by bit, at 124 and in the Clearing, along with others, she had claimed herself. Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another." The titled responsion is "Whatcha Gonna Do With That New Found Freedom?" What follows is subject to revision, do you have any suggestions?
I can guarantee, driver-less cars were not the inspiration for Toni Morrison's above quotation. The correlation seems apropos considering the freedoms, or lack of them, that are coming our way. Will we be able to claim ownership of that newly freed self?