I'm a mountain but I'll get over it!
- Name: brad4d
- Location: San Rafael, No. Cal., United States
Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Why do we care?
Considering awareness comes from care-givers, the other point of view gives us perspective. Consider how our behavior is judged by how easy-going we seem.
Healthy attitude seems to be the most appreciated character.
This attention can be to our credit, when it relates. and relative care is how babies survive.
The quality of care we extend to others was usually entitled inherently. Familiar observations create the traditions we project reflexively, like. "I'm OK how are you?" My parents said, don't let religion get in the way of spirituality" so I was brought up to appreciate the better principles behind the explanations.
This primary reflex is the balanced universe principle behind the Golden Rule, karma, Newton's third law, the relativity Theory, and so many other paradoxical understandings. Curiosity needs to lead us beyond certainty. To see the best paradox for this cycle is by defining life as "constant change."
Awareness seems to be the choice to become critical as a personal urge. The primary pleasure is the feeling of sharing a personal experience in the form of accomplishment (as in development.) Approval is the primary comfort until a discomfort teach us to be critical. The primal cry is for attention. Withholding attention can become defined as evil if pleasure is taken by being responsible for the misfortune of others.
You can't hate something without caring about it. So the opposite of care is indifference. Ignorance is not evil because there is no response abilities developed yet. The most pervertible form of not-caring seems to be denial.
Denial is the pervasive condition in this phrase, "unless taught otherwise, man tends to love those who love those he loves."