At this point, I must acknowledge that while my claims up to now seem to imply that doubt only functions as a hazard to knowledge, but that is not always the case. While uncertainty can certainly cause trouble, it also makes a person more cautious and open-minded. To bring it back to my example, because of my doubt in my own capabilities I worked hard in order to make up for
I believe there is much more we have yet to learn about our past and our future. This is my worldview of how I see and interpret the world. It may not be the same in a couple years, but I shall continue to learn and be aware that everyone is unique and have different perspectives on the world around us. I am a learner and a puzzle of the big picture around
Disagreements highlight differentiating points of views and brings about thought-provoking ideas. Disagreements challenges an easy consensus and requires or pushes for a deeper more insightful recognition or judgement of a topics. As a part of human curiosity, attempts to acquire more knowledge to further our understanding of what is presented, there lies a distinctive importance in getting to know the counter argument or ‘other side’ of the argument. Not only does the disagreements help guide towards exploration, of the topic and the counter
But, as Religion is almost always a positive force in the novel, it is a negative problem for Sibeko, because he is scared to approach Kumalo because him and Kumalo share different religions. It seemed very interesting to me that Sibeko was scared to approach kumalo because of religion but other main characters like, Msimangu, Kumalo, and Jarvis, all come together but are different religions. “The philosophers considered here are undeniably diverse, but I believe that the philosophical or religious trope of the beloved community, diversely envisioned, is an informative if not also inspiring lens through which – as Thurman put it – “to perceive a harmony that transcends all diversities and in which diversity finds its richness and significance”(4). Religion is a huge deal in today 's world and can bring all different types of people together no matter what they believe, what they look like or how they talk because they all share one thing and that is their love for God. Religion changes people’s lives in many ways and brings people together like nothing else
ME IN PERSON-CENTERED THERAPY The last couple of months have been a very eye-opening journey for me. I had many realizations about myself and my relationship with people around me. For this, I started to see my self-structure, and this is how I look at it. For me, my self-structure is rigid in specific areas especially, where come my religious beliefs. Any experience in conflict with beliefs and faith becomes threatening to me; I become more immutable and disown that experience.
Instead vision is thought through, rationalized and then acted on. I’m not the best socially but I consider myself to have some EI and continue to strive to enact what I have while I grow more. Leading people can be challenging because there is often a distance between us that I can’t resolve. I haven’t seen any change since my last description. Isn’t it true that instead of changing, we just believe who we are more
My emotions were all over the place. I just could not take how I was living anymore. What was I doing with my life? I started to reflect on some of the values and morals my parents taught me: You should love the Lord with all your heart, your life is not your own, you belong to
Throughout the story Huck struggles with deciding between right and wrong. Religion, family, and law all play a big role in Huck’s thinking process but in the end, his sound heart is more powerful.
I think that a common fear is that people think that finding the meaning of their life will be a long and complex struggle. Although, it needn’t be. The meaning of life is not complex, nor a struggle. I believe that the meaning of life is whatever you want it to be. Countless people who feel as though they have found their life’s meaning, or life’s purpose, have made these self-discoveries through doing what they love.
I have developed my own opinions and ideology for different things but the fundamentals from what I grew up in and will continue to grow up around will stay with me. I think the southern culture sometimes gets put on as something that it is not, but it is what has taught me to respect everyone, to value family and friends over anything, it has taught me to take responsibility for me, and cherish the small thing in life. All cultures are different and with that different morals and experiences growing up and in daily life. In the past few weeks we have learned about a multitude of