Up or Down, Right or Wrong
All religions must be tolerated... for... every man must get to heaven his own way.
- Frederick the Great (1712-1786)
Split The Difference - Time for Something Different Courtesy of planksip
Up or Down, Right or Wrong
Inspired by Frederick the Great (1712-1786)'s quote, "All religions must be tolerated... for... every man must get to heaven his own way.". The titled responsion is
Forward and Backward in Time (and Biology)
Inspired by Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)'s quote, "Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced". The titled responsion is...
There is only one way to experience the present, uninterrupted mindfulness coupled with the consistent outcome of homeostasis. We Gestalt the present! This is one path, but not the only path, expand on the Existential!
Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced. Life is not a dream to be lived out, but a challenge to be overcome. This is the core message of this article. "There is no problem, it's a choice to make. There is no dream to be lived, but a challenge to overcome.
There is no problem in life, and there are no problems to be solved. The answer to every problem is the same - a challenge to overcome. In order to become happy, we must first learn to be happy. We must first learn to accept the fact that there is no problem, because there are no problems. We must learn to let go of our problems so that we can open the doors to happiness and prosperity in our lives.
When the doors to happiness and prosperity are opened, we will have no need to have "solutions" to the problems of life. The key is to get comfortable with the fact that life is like a river, and there is no problem that cannot be solved. We must be comfortable with the fact that there are no problems, and when we begin to see that there are no problems, we will have a new perspective on life, and we will begin to see the world in a whole new way.
In today's world, our choices, our actions, our choices have a very big impact on the way we live our lives. There are things we can do to make our choices better, and things we can do to make the things we do not choose better. But, it all starts with choosing to live life.
Our choices have a great impact on the way we experience life. One choice may mean that we will be happier, healthier, more fulfilled and more successful. Another may mean that we will have less stress, more money, more health and more freedom. And the other choices might mean that we will lose those things, or even experience a sense of failure.
This is true of every problem that comes into our lives. It is true of every challenge that we are faced with, whether it be in business in love, in family, or in our personal lives.
Choose the answer to your question. If you ask me if life is a problem, then I tell you yes it is. If you choose to make a choice to embrace this answer, then you will be free to choose the life you desire.
Choose the answer you want and you will be happy. Remember, the answers are simple. We are all free to choose the life we want, and the happiness we choose. You are free to choose whether or not you will experience success or failure.
Free of worries, and fears, and problems, there are many things to enjoy in life. When we choose to make the choice to enjoy these things, we feel at peace. When we are happy, we are not in fear, and we feel we are making the right choice and not the wrong one.
This is the great thing about having this information, is that it is in our hands. We can choose how we live our lives. and enjoy it. Once we are happy, we can go out and spread the happiness.
We can be happy for what we have, or we can be happy for what we have lost. Either way, there are many things to choose from.
Life is a problem, and that is okay, because there is no need to feel bad about this. The solution is right in front of us.
We all remember things differently
Inspired by Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014)'s quote, "Everything that goes into my mouth seems to make me fat, everything that comes out of my mouth embarrasses me.". The titled responsion is
Remembering Márquez as a towering literary figure with a solid base is nourishing to all that consume his books. How's that for spliting the difference? If I side on the altruistic side just blame it on game theory, by far it's the most efficient for the survival of our species.