The present time has one advantage over every other - it is our own.
— Charles Caleb Colton (1780-1832)
Be Present is a Gift! Use it Wisely
The present time has one advantage over every other — it is our own.
— Charles Caleb Colton (1780-1832)
The titled responsion urges the listener to "be" the gift otherwise known as the present!
As a command, the grammar of the Being is commanded into awareness. The alternative is somewhere on the stage-play of life, dreaming, creating, and wishing you were, rather than are.
Charles Caleb Colton (praised by contemporaries as the "Godfather of Romanticism") was an English writer, artist, and antiquary. He was born in Ireland and immigrated to England, where he studied art at the Royal Academy. After studying art, he became a clergyman and professor of divinity at Cambridge University. He married a cousin of Catherine Howard, the beautiful daughter of the Marquess of Queensbury, and lived near the house where Henry VIII's infamous split with Catherine of Aragon was finalized. His marriage to Catherine was short-lived because of Catherine's adulterous affair with King Henry VIII.
In order to escape the scandal that had engulfed his life, Charles Colton settled in Paris and began writing about religion and life in the city. Although the French Revolution was over, the French government kept suppressing religious literature, and Colton felt compelled to write about it. Colton's work attracted many admirers and readers. Some of his best-known works include Memoirs of an Ex-Preacher, The Preacher's Son, and The Preacher and His Bride. He was also instrumental in founding the Society of Friends, which was an organization dedicated to promoting free thought and religious tolerance. It still exists today.
Colton is well-known for his novels, most notably his historical novels, Memoirs of an Ex-Preacher and The Preacher and His Bride. He is best known to scholars as a translator of the Bible into English. He was also a great painter and one of the greatest in history. His paintings are some of the finest examples of the Baroque style, including The Battle of Hastings and The Battle of Agincourt. Some of his most famous paintings include The Battle of Hastings and The Battle of Agincourt, both of which have been widely praised in recent years. Colton is credited with helping to revolutionize the English language.
Shit, I am late!
The beginning is always today.
— Mary Shelley's (1797-1851)
The titled responsion is poking fun at a late start to a circadian rhythm of sorts (ie. ordered arrangement).
The initial step is today. The initial step is you! Begin carrying on with an important life now!
Gift Away My Friend
The future depends on what we do in the present.
— Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)
The titled responsion is a prompt to the wisdom of one Mahatma — act now!
The double entendre in the titled responsion refers to a gift, but not in the consumer sense. The present is the gift because of the potentiality of a future and the realization that every moment is a gift. Give the best of yourself.
What does the future hold for you? Will you have the option to find a new line of work with the cash that you have or will you lose everything? Will you actually have the advantage of purchasing a house that you can live in or will it never occur? In the event that you feel like you might be made a beeline for the existence of joblessness and misery, it might be an ideal opportunity to check out your circumstance.
In case you're not gaining ground in your life currently, it's critical to take a gander at your current second and acknowledge how you got where you are. The future doesn't rely upon what we do in the present but instead on how we handle our present conditions. Numerous individuals appear to overlook that there is something else entirely to progress than finding a new line of work and having a home to consider one's own.
The facts demonstrate that numerous individuals have fizzled at getting things going in their carries-on due to past disappointments. Nonetheless, on the off chance that you don't have the foggiest idea of how you came to be the place you are today, you might be setting yourself up for disappointment later on. One significant part of life is the capacity to be appreciative of what you've achieved and where you are a major part of your life.
On the off chance that you need to improve your present circumstance, have a go at contemplating the things that you've gained from past disappointments. You may find that they were exercises that you could apply to your present circumstance and even what's to come. Take the disappointments that you have throughout everyday life and consider what you could have done another way so as to stay away from similar issues. In the event that you have taken in something from past disappointments and you figure you might have the option to apply that to the future, at that point you're in a situation to succeed.
Take a gander at the past disappointments and see what you could have done any other way. You may not generally concur with your self-assessment however it's significant that you have a genuine and honest conversation with yourself. For instance, did you settle on the correct choices for each circumstance? Or then again were there different occasions when you settled on choices that were not exactly ideal and you feared the outcomes of those choices?
Something else that you'll have to consider is the impact that your past disappointments had on you. Did your disappointments cause you to surrender trust or to have an inclination that you will accomplish nothing? It is safe to say that you are presently struggling to zero in on the future in light of the apparent multitude of negative things that turned out badly?
Presently you have to consider what you have gained from your past disappointments. What has that instructed you? Is that part of what you have to do to succeed? prevail later on? Are there things that you have gained from the past that can assist you with abstaining from committing similar errors once more?
You ought to likewise recall that it's significant that you gain from your past disappointments in a manner that doesn't hurt anybody. For instance, in the event that you've discovered that you can't confide in individuals around you, don't be reluctant to tell individuals that you are awkward.
You ought to likewise recall that it is alright to concede that you have committed a few errors before, as long as you comprehend that it won't cause you to commit similar errors later on. Truth be told, in the event that you are happy to acknowledge obligation and make transforms, you may find that you will have the option to get over those past mix-ups and go ahead more grounded than previously. This won't just make you more effective in your current circumstance, however, it will likewise show that you are in charge of your fate. also, you will have the option to accomplish anything you desire to accomplish.
You may believe that the future relies upon what we do later on however actually it is totally up to you whether you have achievement or disappointment. For this situation, it's dependent upon you to pick whether you gain from your past mix-ups and push ahead into your future. or then again you will keep on rehashing them and feel like a disappointment. It actually all descends on your own choice.
So as to effectively improve your future, it's significant that you start today and investigate the things that you've gained from your past disappointments. you'll see that it's a lot simpler to improve your life and push ahead when you center around the future as opposed to zeroing in on the past.
The Present is a Gift
I am tomorrow, or some future day, what I establish today. I am today what I established yesterday or some previous day.
— James Joyce (1882-1941)
The titled responsion is a go-to example of a wise tautology of sorts (ie. ordered arrangement).
A man who can see clearly into the future is a rare and wondrous person."
— James Joyce (1882-1941)
James Joyce is the most acclaimed and popular Irish poet. He died on Saturday, June 8, 1904, after a lengthy illness. As he was dying, he wrote a poem that is still widely read today, "Lolita" in which he describes his view of the world that will exist when he is no longer with us. The poem is a haunting one, as it describes the end of a world that we have known. The words are a testament to his creativity, and how his mind could conceive of what would become of his beloved Ireland.
For a man who has spent years creating the future, it seems that he was also quite aware of the problems that lie ahead of him. He writes: "What has become of Ireland? When the last of my generation go to sleep, what will be left of Ireland? When will I leave this place, I ask? "He" was referring to himself as well as all those who loved him. As a poet, he knew the problems he had faced and the work that was needed to overcome them. His death marked his own demise.
In The Portrait of a Young Man (1916), Joyce makes a similar statement about what lies in store for him when he dies. "A man who knows all about the future is a man who knows what is not possible," he said. We will always be reminded of the importance of reading as a young person in his poem "The Night Before an Execution." Joyce was a student at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, who fell under the spell of William Blake and went on to produce some of the best poetry of the nineteenth century. It was his interest in Blake's work that would eventually lead him to write "A Portrait of a Young Man" in the first place. In many ways, this poem is a testament to the power of dreams. In addition to telling the future of his own life, it also portrays the future of Ireland, for which James Joyce was greatly responsible.
What Are We Doing Afterwards?
The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.
— Abraham Maslow (1908-1970)
The titled responsion is poking fun at the everlasting life that is in all reality contained in the word present, "doing" something afterward is a non-sequitur.
What happens after the present is well and good into the future, at least this is the optimistic outlet, turning adversity into opportunity and goodness into meaningful reflections of further futurity. Past participants of our own future as the story unfolds, our autobiographical selves are phenomenological in nature, existential if you will, without the negation or the emphasis on Nothingness. However novel this approach is, nothing negates nothingness except language itself. Oh, the games we play!
Abraham Maslow, the famous psychologist was a graduate of Harvard, who had also completed his undergraduate studies at Columbia University. The American psychologist was a very early proponent of human development theory and was a pioneer in the field of psychology. He is often referred to as an authority on psychology. In the past, he has been associated with such fields as sociology, anthropology, developmental psychology, and sociology.
Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who was one of the foremost creators of modern humanism. His theories in human behavior were first introduced in the 1920s and have continued to be controversial ever since. The theory that Maslow developed, states that human behavior is formed from the need of an individual for security and a feeling of worth, both from a biological and sociological perspective. According to the theory, the desire for security is related to the need for safety, which is a basic instinct of all humans. The concept of security, then, is a basic need of all people.
The concept of security, then, is related to a social need. Maslow, further believed that security is related to the need for acceptance in the group. The need for acceptance in the group can come from parents, friends, peers, and other social groups. The basic concept of the human being, according to Maslow, is that we are all part of a larger unit and our need for security, is a need for acceptance in that larger unit. This concept helps us to understand that although we may not like to think so, we are always in a position to find security within the group that we belong to.
There are times when it is best to be content with what one has, so as not to lose everything.
— José Saramago (1922-2010)
The titled responsion is pairing two prudent concepts.
Possession is lawful, orderly perhaps. A civil society balances the gift of the present but this shouldn't come at the expense of our future or the future of our descendants. I'm thinking, you can't possess want was never yours, to begin with.
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