KINDLE KINDLINESS Appreciating is an act of niceness. Niceness is kindness, and kindness is a desirable behavior marked by a pleasant disposition, ethical qualities of being generous, considerate, friendly, and having a deep concern for others. Therefore, by deductive reasoning, you ought to kindle the kindness in you if you engage in appreciating. Kindness is a virtue, and recognized as a value, which is actually inherent within the state of mind of all humans. Thus, by nature, people are good… all of us!
They are fine on their own. Those are some benefits an introvert possesses. Other benefits and advantages introverts have include: They can be calm in the middle of a crisis, they have a few but amazing true friends, they intrigue a lot of people, and they think deeply on their
In Perils of Indifference Wiesel talks about indifference. He directly tells us, “indifference can be tempting more than that, seductive. It is so much easier to look away from victims. It is so much easier to avoid such rude interruptions to our work, our dreams, our hopes. It is, after all, awkward, troublesome, to be involved in another person's pain and despair”( Perils Of Indifference).
These are just two stereotypes associated with introverts. I categorize myself as an introverted person because I find the most pleasure in being alone or in a calm environment. Paragraph 1: According to WELLNESS magazine author Alena Hall “Introversion is more about how do you respond to stimulation, including social stimulation. So extraverts really crave large amounts of stimulation, whereas introverts feel at their most alive and their most switched on and their most capable when they are in quieter, more low-key environments,” (pp.1). I connect with this statement because I personally struggle with my responses to people in casual conservations.
Entertainment culture in general and sitcom in particular offer pleasures that are rarely questioned in society and in social norms. It allows people to simply entertain and doesn’t require its audience to think. For instance, Sanes (1996) believes that sitcoms also satisfy its audience desires with consolation. It gives the viewers a new perspective on life with happy endings, loving relationships where life isn’t so bad, and that life has its compensations (Sanes, 1996). He also said that “[Sitcoms] help reconcile us to the unfairness and incompleteness of life, and with all the limitations imposed from without and within.” (Sanes, 1996).
His line of reasoning mainly built upon a logical narrative that succeeds in persuading his audience. Robinson claims the fine arts are not placed on the same pedestal as core subjects like mathematics, science, and literature. As such, when the education system receive cuts in spending, the music, art, and dance classes suffer severe hits. Associated with creativity, these classes are viewed as unequal to core subject classes and are neglected so that schools may prioritize subjects deemed as most beneficial for the future. This idea ultimately support’s Robinson’s argument that school are primarily responsible for the decreasing amount of creativity.
To all of us it is easy to love, appreciate and accept yourself, be proud of yourself and happy when we act in accordance with all the standards that we have set for ourselves and which we consider fair, attractive and socially acceptable. But what happens when we fail in that, when some of these standards is not achieved (eg not achieve the desired success in an area that is very important to us, hurt someone, we make mistakes, we act selfishly, leave us a loved one, we feel depressed desperate, angry, scared, embarrassed, etc. ), then how to unconditionally accept yourself and that in such situations we love, appreciate and respect yourself as a person? What makes the essence of unconditional self-acceptance is precisely the fact that we accept ourselves in all situations no matter what happened, how we feel, think and behave. Does that imply lack
So therefore, not only he wants to be inside the matrix for good, he does want to return to a state of being happy, or in other words, “blissful ignorance”, and hence the reason why he said “Ignorance is bliss”. He is the kind of person who believes that pleasures such as money, fame, receiving attention or wants to be worshipped is his essential key to happiness. A hedonist, you can call him. In order to achieve happiness, you have to set your state of mind and should also contemplate if life is going to go well during the pursuit of your happiness. Cypher knows that his morality is all about producing good consequences to himself and he doesn’t care about his intentions (Utilitarianism) and believes his human happiness as the ultimate moral
Disputation, is awesome! Feeling proud of choosing to make a decision and holding the power to control the outcome is a strength I intend to keep building. I could have enjoyed the pleasure I found in that brownie. However, being in control and making informed decisions as well as holding myself accountable is a way to build a good life. I am grateful for the positive self-talks and the opportunity to slow down to evaluate before acting.
Yet that very characteristic is one reason I admire you. I like interacting with people who are direct, straight as an arrow, who are not deceptive and do not practice playing games. Over the years you have modified your approach and now tell the truth in love, attesting to your flexibility and growth in knowledge of human nature. You enlightened me about ‘content’ and ‘process’ in my interactions with others, thereby enhancing my understanding of human nature. On the other hand, you do have the uncanny ability of ‘reading a person like a