I like the statements that they see problems clearly and delegate easily, work hard and play with zest. These are factors I should try to learn and develop within my personality. Without appearing to be too critical, I am not an entertainer and will not allow my emotions to run out of control when wounded. Working and living with my direct opposite should not be a problem. I should be able to compromise and allow my opposite to take a lead in areas that they are stronger than me.
The power of disaster and victory are embodied so that that they are labelled as tricksters. The writer encourages the reader to have a strong will and high sensibility, to be noble, forgiving, disconnected from pettiness, and to remain focused on their creative abilities and whatever positive contributions they aim to make in this world. If they lose their hard-earned possessions, wealth, and fame due to some unfortunate circumstances, their undying spirit should not be destroyed but rather fortified by the misfortune. The enthusiasm to keep going in life must always be there regardless of the
Pangloss’s teachings boiled down to a simple belief that everything happens for a reason and that it is eventually for the best, giving us reason to never quit or lose optimism in our endeavors. This thinking can be harnessed to use every adversity and misfortune as a lesson that helps us on our individual journeys through life. His teachings also provide an understanding that each difficult part of life will sum to a greater plan, thus supplying a reason to keep pushing forward, a central theme to Candide during his travels throughout the entirety of the story. Many devastating events could have easily deterred Candide: wars, torture, natural disasters, being robbed multiple occasions, deaths to those around him, just to name a few. Each event could have been sufficient reasoning for Candide to quit, to lose all faith in humanity and the world at large, yet he persists.
Student Name: Fathimath Zufa Zareer Student ID: 000029380 Psychology Module code: Assignment 1 ANGER MANAGEMENT Our daily life is filled with many emotions. Sometimes positive emotions and sometimes negative emotions. Most of the time negative emotions lead to anger, stress, and depression. Fear, insecurity, threats and disappointments are some problems that arise in every society that leads to anger. It generates a lot of anger in the human mind.
If I always seek the painless way out of any situation, I will lose discipline and will come to depend on instant gratification. 3. I believe human beings are not necessarily selfish and that we can be altruistic. I think that we are born as a “blank slate” and that our environment shapes who we are. 4.
You are confined only by the walls you build yourself. Sometimes in our life we experience pain, disappointment and sadness because of unexpected situation. It can cause to lose our confidence, hope and dignity. This is when we need to build our self-esteem, strength and focus in life, so we can move on without any restrictions or boundaries. We deserve freedom to live our life the way we chose, and we must not block our views because of unknown circumstances.
The children knew that if they wanted to escape IT’s grasp, they needed to have confidence in their differences and use their “weakness” to escape eventual annihilation. In a way, the same weaknesses that Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Which and Mrs. Who told them not to use ended up becoming their greatest asset. At the beginning of the story, as we start to learn more about the main characters, we find
Enneagram: Strengths: • I am very conscientious and when I say yes to a task, I will take responsibility and see it through to the end • When I delegate, I will be precise and detailed in my instructions, and provide clear guidelines and goals to others. • I am very skilled and professional in controlling my emotions Weaknesses: • I Struggle to delegate and pass on responsibility to others as I believe that they will rarely do it right or as well as I do. • I also experience difficulty to relax when there is work to be done – this has an impact on myself and the people around me • My sense of responsibility and desire not to disappoint others will let me push tasks through that I don’t want to follow through • My body language will often shows my irritations 2. Feedback of colleagues and friends: Strengths: • Patients • Determined • Disciplined and focus • Committed • Respectful/good
You see, you perfectly can practice to have a strong mind power. The most important thing is always keep the best mood and be strict with yourself. By that way, the easy but dangerous decisions can’t fascinate you anymore. Before I end this speech, I would like to leave you a quotation that not only inspires me but also give direction to my life. A pessimist blames the wind, but an optimist hopes the wind changes direction, real people know how to adjust the sails.
Do not let your present situation limit your capabilities, whatever is on your report card right now does not mean you cannot but it is a motivation for you to press on even more harder. One way to get to your goal is to never stop going. Surround yourself with people who have dreams because you will get fed of the crumbles of their