Spread Through the Logos of the Land

Life is the flower for which love is the honey.
— Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
Reflective Distribution; Another planksip Möbius

Reflective Distribution

Spread Through the Logos of the Land

Life is the flower for which love is the honey.
— Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

The titled responsion is "Spread Through the Logos of the Land". What follows is subject to revision, do you have any suggestions?

For me, the extraction exercise is telling. Who is witnessing what you have to say? Reflectively speaking, whatever that means, I could be referring to a deep-thinking philosopher or I could be referring to the distribution that is coming into focus on today's planksip möbius meme.

Victor Hugo - planksip
Victor Marie Hugo was a French poet, novelist, and dramatist of the Romantic movement. Hugo is considered to be one of the greatest and best-known French writers.
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Slightly offset but normally distributed, the aspirations of Being(s) is (are) spread through a reflective and contemplative mimesis. Sorted through the arrangement of the arrangement itself, the Aesthetic of life is life itself. Consciousness confined!

Regression is Mean

The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
— Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)

The titled responsion correlates the mean of a distribution with mean and regressive tendencies to the mean.

Norm is a mean man! Embodied "mean-ness" is statistical in nature, a monumental reflection of an ideal discovered by the mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss and to this day fictionalized in the statistical ideal, however reliable it may appear!

Relapse to the mean is a typical factual wonder that can misdirect us when we watch the world. Figuring out how to perceive when relapse to the mean is affecting everything can assist us with abstaining from confounding information and seeing examples that don't exist.

It is imperative to limit occasions of awful judgment and address the shaky areas in our thinking. Finding out about relapse to the mean can support us.

Henry David Thoreau - planksip
Henry David Thoreau was an American essayist, poet, and philosopher. As a leading transcendentalist, he is best known for his book Walden, and his essay “Civil Disobedience”.
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Nobel prize-winning analyst Daniel Kahneman composed a book about predispositions that cloud our thinking and mutilate our view of the real world. It turns out there is an entire arrangement of legitimate mistakes that we submit on the grounds that our instinct and minds don't manage basic insights. One of the mistakes that he inspects in Thinking Fast and Slow is the scandalous relapse toward the mean.

The thought of relapse to the mean was first worked out by Sir Francis Galton. The standard goes that, in any arrangement with complex wonders that are subject to numerous factors, where chance is included, extraordinary results will, in general, be trailed by more moderate ones.

Regression to the mean is not a natural law. Merely a statistical tendency. And it may take a long time before it happens.
— Peter Bevelin

People are inclined to see causes in any event, when no such reason is available. For instance, on the off chance that I have recently dedicated some off-base and, at that point following the thunder splits, I may feel that my off-base activity caused the lightning (e.g., on the grounds that the divine beings were irate with me). The expression "fake relief" alludes to an item that guarantees certain (e.g., medical advantages) however is really deceitful and has no advantages at all. For instance, consider an item that should assist you with recouping from a typical virus. You take the medication and afterward inside a couple of days, you are generally good! No virus! It has probably been the medication.

On the other hand, possibly you just relapsed to the mean. Relapse to the mean depicts the propensity of things to return to typical or to re-visitation of something near the applicable measurable normal. On account of a chilly, when you have a cool, you are outside of the normal regarding well-being. In any case, you will normally re-visitation of the condition of well-being, with or without the "medication." If anybody were to attempt to persuade you to purchase such a medication, you shouldn't. Since the way that you showed signs of improvement from your cool is more probable has to do with the way that you will normally relapse to the mean (getting back to business as usual) than it has to do with the extraordinary medication.

In our lives, we will unavoidably confront minutes where we think, "Good lord, I can't trust I had so many astounding things transpire at the same time!" And we will have minutes where we simply need to slither in our beds and structure a warm cover with the comfiest covers we own on the grounds that life simply isn't working out that well for us.

Yet, it's essential to recollect during both those occasions that in the end, all that will adjust once more. Tragically, we presumably may never have a day to day existence where we continually just experience the best things, and as shocking as that seems to be, we learn two things along these lines: right off the bat, appreciate the beneficial things while they last, and also, don't get so made up for a lost time in the beneficial things that you believe you're powerful out of nowhere – it's decisively then that life will betray us and enjoyably kick our aggregate butts.

The upside of everything is that this idea glints a little expectation in us when the going gets harsh and that will be that while you might be making some unpleasant memories at the present time, it won't last. We are not bound to be hit with low times of progression for the remainder of our lives. At a certain point or another, things will fire getting indeed and we will locate our own image of joy.

This is a marvel that is very near my heart. It is one of the main things that causes me to feel better right now about my life. In all honesty put, I'm somewhat entirely hopeless at this moment. I'm in a city where I'm not near a ton of my companions and I wind up making a ton of modifications while I'm here. What's more, I'm somewhat stuck here for some time.

So it causes me to feel better that while things aren't ending up being in support of myself right now, in the long run, they will. At the point when we glance back at our lives once we're old and dim and maybe only a tiny bit more shrewd, we will perceive that indeed, everything balanced out at long last.

Since such is reality.

Also, if nothing else, life is about parity.

Posthumous Premonitions

The report of my death was an exaggeration.
— Mark Twain (1835-1910)

I've played with the idea of creating another publishing brand called, "posthumous publishing", the idea is that nothing is finished until your final day. Then, and only then your titles will be finalized.

Building on this premonition of a posthumous publication, revisions are now possible. Until now, a published paper, book, play or propaganda is finalized once it is "published". Wouldn't it be nice if the working draft could be improved, revised, and revisited?

I am thinking about Herodotus’ Histories (1.31), where Solon tells the King of Lydia, Croesus about the happiest person in the world.

Nicolas-Pierre Loir - The Yorck Project (2002) 10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei (DVD-ROM), distributed by DIRECTMEDIA Publishing GmbH. ISBN: 3936122202.

In the context of Herodotus' narrative, Solon is communicating to Croesus that

  • human happiness is not dependent on wealth (which is Croesus' view at that point), and
  • happiness cannot be evaluated in the case of any given person until that person has died (when the story of their life is complete).

"Happiness" translates from the ancient Greek word eudaimonia, which does not have to do with emotion but rather with the good fortune that a person has in life overall.

Mark Twain - planksip
Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer.
What does Mark Twain have in common with Samuel Langhorne Clemens? I think you know. If not, the answer is pseudo in origin and used posthumously as a marker of a man-made Universal. The reference to a bell curve is reflective in nature.

Reflective Distribution is a visual attempt to link a contemplative aesthetic to the beauty of the bell (curve), reflectively so.

I Wasn't Aware!

What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself.
— Abraham Maslow (1908-1970)

The titled responsion represents the reflective absence of awareness. An abyssal form of knowledge, yet to surface into a stream of consciousness.

Abraham Maslow - planksip
Abraham Maslow was a psychologist who was best known for creating Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a theory of psychological health predicated on fulfilling innate human needs in priority.
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Awareness is close to intention; deliberated and deliberating the intentional well-being springs from a judgemental self, where the protagonist of your story hardens in and around the circumspection of the person you ought to be. Intentionality isn't all bad but must be tempered with the virtuous acts of goodness in itself. This is Platonic in origin and "formes" much of the self, even the protagonist within each and every one of us.

Reflective Distribution; Another planksip Möbius

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