In the working society, it is commonly assumed that when one finished a degree then one will get a job to contribute to society. Most times new trainee will try to grasp their working culture and also in turn generate …
Never been there civilization that is constrained by Time as ours. The 1% buy the 79%.. So the 20% work for 1% & pay for 79%. The commodity is Time, the price is Money.
Vulnerability is a trait where there are so many closed doors and there is no chance you will open it by yourself. The same with Happiness, Vulnerability it is a state. Apparently understanding which state we are in is more important than what had/may happen… and this more often than not will lead to new learning and the expansion of the self.
In current society, value of an action seems vague. Play the system. Have faster return by executing flawless action. Have a clear, specific manifesto.
One’s character, traits, & behavior birth a participant in the society. By having the code of action, one consciously refers to quality one want to demonstrate.
People are funny. When they are challenged, it’s either they talk big before the game and chicken out, or they claim the glorious victory and give you a very good example of what a human can do.
Not every problem is created equally thus not every problem is worthy of your attention. Law of Attention automate filtering process so you only deal with the important stuff. After all, we have limited time here on earth.
Love is blind. That is one of the claim we found in living this life, it has meaning. If so, what is love of life..?
So far this question will sway most of us down to our core because it is not natural for us to think about this at all. For most of us this line of thought is a new frontier that was discovered just after we have time to be bored of things.
The education process we belong has prepared us to excel in a particular field and job description, so competent until we are incompetent outside of our major. Specialization seems weird and irrelevant to what we need in our everyday’s life. I think it is a fact.