Realistic, prudent-thinking in this age
- Author Daniel Gallegos
- Published December 21, 2022
- Word count 2,585
In contrast to nature, which stays beautiful by default, the human mind has developed a sophisticated perspective outside of its natural comfort zone in the pursuit of survival.
Being confident in the face of shifting circumstances requires modest development and realistic behavioral thinking, which surpass stagnant, mediocre inventiveness and become a distinct necessity.
Some supporters of a prevalent liberal mindset believe authenticity is useless, while others argue that perceptual change is no different from established operating systems designed for upgrades.
Critiquing the negative aspects of human nature becomes tough but gratifying since recognizing them requires first describing the good and dull pattern of behavior that contrasts with change.
The norm changes to keep people from growing bored, and is why it is important to maintain a positive attitude towards human nature. The current norm should serve as an ongoing, effective mindset that curbs the undesired human characteristic habits, rather than altering from one day to the next.
Realistic, prudent-thinking in this age
Learning to manage the adverse behavioral impacts of human nature might be easier said than done since the justification remains for some people that it is what makes us human as it remains.
If the standard of conduct surrenders to the carefree tendency of human nature, the unique ideas and correctness tarnish, avoiding the need for self-acceptance or self-regulation.
Human nature is contagious and becomes untamed while popular in large crowds, spreads like an instrument of disorder without guilt enveloping the vulnerable in its adverse influence.
The infectious defects attributed to aspects of human nature cannot be permanently isolated or concealed by positive motivation, which motivates some people to behave based on who they believe they are.
If you believe the moral burdens of human nature are sublime or divine, you are correct, but only in a make-believe utopia where no moral limits exist other than the ones you create to believe are true.
Not everyone is a unique person without moral perfection which recognizes how your talent turns to display your fruition; it remains a decision to what level of success you are capable of.
Stand firm in the face of time as the relentless march known to bring unfavorable moods from such change in the mindset by surprise, and evenly aimed at a poised faith from the soul.
Fooling oneself in created guise that mimics a fictitious juvenile lifestyle, causing maturity to erode and, thereby, meaningful purpose to run out of justification with time.
In a society with plenty of freedom for diversion, it might be difficult for some young people to keep their wits about them. It is easier and more amusing to play the fool than to understand the repercussions of such a performance.
The fool repeatedly fails by acting without regard for their faulty actions; and over time, all of the flaws merge into one, seeking no correction, and the result is an intolerable vague person.
People with good taste have an insatiable desire to strive for moral perfection without annoying others, while others, trapped in their complicated problems, become limited to feeling a haven within.
How can reasoning stop a person who has an out-of-control selfish ego from its unreal perception before it completely dilutes any form of reasonable rationale with reality?
One tolerable approach is to figure out how to contain the self-regarding part of that ego that some people relish, rather than letting it run amok in every aspect of our lives.
The self-regarding aspect of the human mind is not to develop in a way that leads to defiling the original character or with a distorted universal view with only you in it calling the shots.
If art is not enabled by creative deception, it turns to barbarism since it liberates the bad and corrects the good. Mother Nature frequently fails us when we need it most, so we turn to art.
To be liberated from naïve ignorance is to continue the thirst for more in the hopes of becoming aware and solving the tribal deadlock. However, the result is grief when realizing the apathy.
Individuals with morally dubious tendencies by nature are the faulty loose ends appalling if left unchecked, otherwise innocence is frequently the most beautiful perception of ignorance.
Living as though you are not who you are becomes an endeavor to go beyond oneself. Variable ego components are used in unconventional ways rather than trying to fit into an original mold.
Sometimes it takes time to discover oneself and then embrace inner tranquility. For others, unmanageable progress with time constraints favors pointless attempts with fruitless results.
It is said that the true character emerges from the lesser imitation of those who deceive one another with exaggerated idle chatter and that success plows over such complacency with tenacity.
Having a societal utopia where individual needs were satisfied for nothing, no one would care about the dirty work to succeed; this is where the American dream or despair begins or ends.
Some people, like an itch, lick their wounds more often than normal, because braving despair promotes willful ignorance, and thus dishonesty taints the genuine character with uncertainty.
The pursuit of a stable ideal world cannot sustain collectively in a free society since people cannot all agree on how to behave towards each other or whether to be guided by God.
People could not been mistakenly created in a manner that would allow only for enjoyment in slapdash continuous pastimes for the purpose of defiling oneself as juveniles and ego-fulfillment.
Certainty is based on the right-minded fundamental route with reality, which determines a rightful course through time and is challenging since not everyone chooses to see it as the next.
Contrary to the guessing of random chaos that moves ahead, signaling rapid shifts that make it impossible to attain, certainty via proven outcomes succeeds gradually according to plan.
The challenge with certainty is never finished through the proving grounds of time; it is only that we are aware of how difficult it is to make up our minds.
Born ignorant and usually shaped by moral family examples or external variables, they are restless in their search for satisfying meaning until establishing the hearts moral compass.
There is no such thing as complacency if thinking is complete or erroneous in light of current events, because the human mind is always a work in progress by way of shifting circumstances.
It is easy to get caught in a rut of waiting for things to happen at the right time, but such is the flaw of our nature that denies realistic completion. Idle complacency is out of pace with a healthy, productive reality, trapping it in its own time, waiting and fading against time.
No one is born knowing everything; without learning, one must earn it to deserve and own it. Live and learn as a work in progress without looking back via trial and error as you develop.
The mindset, contrasting any configured repetitious machine, wears thin and duller with the cycle of change with an overly persistent endeavor or aimless pursuit to achieve satisfaction.
People sometimes get the impression that something more significant is still lacking from their deepest selves, something that must be searched out and realized by all methods in order to achieve the desired result.
Faith delivers assurance with ruthless honesty, whereas chaos, the motivator of fear, incites doubt and superstition with a chip on its shoulder, eager to discourage any sign of civility.
Life is like a longing message in a bottle with fate, waiting to be discovered; the mystery is thrown into an ocean of timeless adventure to be retrieved from bewilderment at some point.
Unseen satisfaction cannot prepare the wisdom to acknowledge events in advance before they occur, since doing so would result in dissolution of planning and confusion of regular concepts.
Premeditated foresight would hastily rob that moment of any significant surprise or delight when learning of any change before its designated intended use in time.
Any particular action of events may go unrecognized or unaccounted for here and there, but the spirit will ultimately pick up where the heart left off in sorrow or love, light or darkness.
The pursuit of excellence is happiness born of love, culminating in the natural motivation that distinguishes stability in a world dominated by unpleasant human-nature tendencies and desires.
It is better to be evenly pleased with the loved one than to go insane alone; nothing absolute diminishes the careless behavior of fleeing lonely emptiness or attempting to outwit it.
If these are the test grounds to establish moral purpose and build merit for an eternal afterlife, the gift of love must enable the illumination of certainty over the deceptive darkness.
Love is defined by its exclusivity and clarity, which everyone in their mind yearns for its warm, confident swagger. Otherwise, emotions would shrink in a crude, childish manner and shrugging coldly while gallivanting carefree in selfish denial.
Some may search for optimism to others and toil to give happiness that lifts salvageable people in vanity and despair, such faith to strangers may show promising effort to continue.
Faith is individual-based accountability expressed with God via free will; whereas any third-party ritual element of someone else speaking on your behalf is superfluous.
Requiring representation by an institutionalized middleman fixer such as Priest to smooth things out between you and God would annul the given purpose between the individual and Christ.
Political correctness is a masquerading stretch of the imagination that, depending on one’s viewpoint, may be utilized to distort the social integrity of certain distinct worldviews.
As the secular becomes complicated, government and religious institutions have learned to survive in contrast to one another for the sake of conflicts of interest and faith in their intended beliefs.
People are contagious and endeavor to make everyone else empathetic to their selfish cause; thus one’s sanity is safer and best understood in a direct relationship with God than mind science.
Darwinism is a scientific failure in the actual certainty of creation convoluted in reality as the distasteful blight to see humans as nothing other than evolved beasts.
The history of science demonstrates that conceptions of evolution may shift without proof, including missing linkages and discrepancies; thus human certainty continues to rely on faith.
Like the majestic universe at a distance spirals without control through time and will continue to do so for as long as there is human consciousness, so too does the human mind.
The absence of concrete results on earth may be a sad testament to what people have done in the world. People enjoy making clever jokes and the world as we know it remains slightly rational. But if they cannot act on their fundamental ideas, they are missing something important.
The motivation of imagination to reinvent something from authenticity is to leave the mind guessing with intrigue and inspire the need for change, which leaves no one in charge.
Imagination can replace integrity with its own reality, but it would become unreliable for the honesty of intentions. If curious thinking surpasses virtue by distorting the idea that an object creates from nothing, we cannot rely on the power of imagination to solve all our problems.
Like knowledge, too much of anything comes round full circle, ethnic divisions differ in appearance and thought; nothing is pure, assured, or lasting, yet in the afterlife under God all shapes and colors become one in their own sphere of influence.
Aging shadows fade with the pathway of time. Beauty, like an aged bottle of wine, refines with age and evolves beautifully through time, as the unique knowing experience does.
Despite moving against the grain of time, individual beauty gifted with elegance, like nature, never grows old and inspires the fading brain, despite going against the Grain of Time.
Most people obsess about becoming perfect and flawless from the random, complicated nature of their lives, which becomes contagious among them and mimics a personification of their reality.
The quality features of a free society culminate in bold choice and risk; freedom of opinion shields against politically correctness-driven dogma, avoiding becoming muddled and eroding actual character.
How people adhere to social created ideas can be the difference between a manageable burden or a deliberate nuisance, either way considered a part of life or the liability of human behavior.
A sloppy hoarder has the perception of accumulating unnecessary items over time, which is offset by the minimalist perception of value above the amount of quantity.
A healthy outlook means avoiding many dull memories that clutter up our brains. Human development builds on character change in reaction to circumstances, whether good or bad, and an apparent path is thereby enabled.
The false ego is an egocentric fantasy that, when indulged in over an extended length of time, transforms into a juvenile of character denial that prevents apologies or appreciation.
Some people attempt to achieve by rational means but fail to succeed though adversity because their passion deceives and blinds them till time runs out.
When you understand what distinguishes you from others, life becomes certain and rewarding when you realize what you are good at and don't worry about what others think you not good at.
Changes in occurrences can either harmonize or desensitize mental perception, which might cancel the intended result of sensible precautions taken for such an event.
For better or worse, whatever is idealized out of relevance today becomes ancient or outmoded over time; nothing in society ever appears to remain the same, only to be replaced by current change.
With time, the vigor and excitement of youth diminish with maturity; with it, rekindled moments become a thing of the past, to be replaced by true rational wisdom accompanied by serenity.
Excessive self-regard with vice persists as irrational behavior that erupts and wants to appear normal, so that the exaggerated behavior becomes intoxicating from reality.
Being to the point kindly eliminates wasted effort and doubt, puts to rest unnecessary chatter, leaves no unfinished business, and obtains the desired results.
When time matters without second guessing, minimally being able to speak indubitably and concisely at the right moment is all that matters.
Life's crossroads are moments in a person's life where they decide for all intended purposes when none exist, and at the same time, represent pivotal moments in their life that lead to their ultimate self-fulfillment.
To keep others guessing about your genuine intentions, change your methods of accomplishing things. Being predictable is readily defeated by others, so you'll need a lot of finesse to beat it.
Politicians think it morally required to institutionalize everyone based on an agreeable narrative that makes everyone think the same way, in hopes to eliminate the cause of their conflicts and wants.
Discriminating taste reassures the manner that culminates distinct satisfaction; identifying what you value and seek from everything else, such as timeless attractive things and consumables with lasting appeal to you.
Difficulties are not obtained from a good day anymore than the rational mind decides to stray from authenticity; therefore, constructive critique to an otherwise unpolished human impasse that breeds contempt as a result of adverse human nature.
It could be wiser to wait and write on reflection not and let the Lord Sort-out unsalvageable deliberate individuals but it would undoubtedly take the fun away from me writing about it.
Profound salutations extend my sincere greetings to everyone who understands the moral pursuit of concepts that aim to better understand human experience, or else some self-absorbed, angry atheist living in self-pity.
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