You’ve heard the saying, haven’t you? The one that brings to mind the thought that misery finds certain succour in the company of like minds. Being miserable is a sad state, one which nobody should have to go through life being enamoured with. How can you, a bright and beautiful person tie yourself down so totally with shackles of unhappiness? Whatever happens, the world will keep revolving around its axis, and if you stay down long enough, it will trample right over you.
In Oedipus, the uncertain vision becomes the unavoidable stairs of destiny making the characters not to realize whatever is going behind them. In Othello, the main cause of the tragedy and the uncertain vision is named as the Lago. Furthermore, Othello might manage to view what is happening but due to the ‘hot blood’ does not allow him. Oedipus is very careful and is trying his level bets to stop the investigation even if it causes him much consequence. In other words, Othello takes a step without doing a proper investigation and later never listens to a given reason.
The ways handle the worrying intellectually. Mistake in thinking, which makes us stressed, that be responsible for problems. Block us from finding solutions. These mistakes in thinking causes for get the wrong impression about the person/things and misjudge other and ourselves. The 15 common thinking twists that send us stress.
Exams, job applications, mortgage approvals, marriage consents and much more have outcomes that may or may not disturb us; however, a much more disturbing thing is not having any knowledge about them! The obscurity about outcomes gives us stress, depression, and anxiety, and that is the reason why people putt off impediment responsibilities. You have to cut it off before it starts to grow, right? That’s exactly what people think about their responsibilities. They delay what could eventually get on their nerves, make their heads hurt because of overthinking and exhaust them.
My heart remains clouded akin to the current skies; greyed out and devoid of the original brilliance it shined with. Pieces of the “Ideals” I had cherished remains with me, but my despair corrupts them into a catalyst of my anguish. I have lost sight of what that I have wanted to achieve, and it pains me so; For it means the corruption of the “Ideals” I held in esteem - the meaning of every action that I have taken now will be
Even if all the evidence is against the free will, we will still have quite distinct subjective feeling of a freedom of will. And why, in general, freedom of will is so important to us? What do we lose by abandoning the right of free choice? Why there are so many emotions and expression around this topic? The answer is simple and terrible - along with the loss of the idea of free will, we automatically lose our individuality on all merits, achievements, all plans and dreams - that's what scares and causes resistance.
The Cliché Barrier A cliché is a clever word, phrase or opinion that has been so overused, that it has lost all meaning and betrays a lack of original thought. Clichés tend to quickly kill the meaning of what you are trying to communicate. When listeners hear or read a cliché, they quickly take note of it and begin to cross-reference and compare it to the other past experiences in which they experienced the cliché. The listener or reader then loses all interest in the message trying to be conveyed as they have lost their train of thought. An example of a cliché I have used is “let’s think outside the box”.
Do you sometimes miss perfectly good opportunities or waste time due to your meticulousness? If so, congratulations — you “suffer” from analysis paralysis. Analysis paralysis is the state of over-thinking about a decision to the point that a choice never gets made, thereby creating inaction. A person faces analysis paralysis when he/she… is overwhelmed by available options over-complicates the decision when it’s supposed to be quite simple feels compelled to pick the “right” choice, thereby delaying any decision until he/she does due research feels a
This can lead to some discord and animosity, such as brawls, intense arguments, and in some cases war. One may call me fatuous for making these points, because one may think I agree to the existence of good and evil because I stated it is artificial. Well, be prepared to be debunked, as when one references good and evil, they use no scientific evidence of its existence. It’s typically based off of one’s moral compass, law, and literature, but is never genuinely based on a highly accredited scientific source. However, one may argue that you can use people with mental issues who do crimes are evil.
We begin to question the decision to leave, idealizing our life in our home country. We feel like the culture has become too intense by habits and behaviours of the people around us, everyday activities such as communicating with others. This is the stage when anger and frustration starts to kick in. Nothing that we believed is true and the expectations made about the culture where inflated. From my point of view, that’s the worst of the stages in the cultural shock.