Optimal engagement, refers neither to the distraction of individuals via continued excitation of their various pleasurable organs, nor the authoritative control, manipulation and guidance of individuals from which only dependence on external suggestion and factitious experiences are attainable.
Rat killing machines can include poisoning, trapping, cats, sticks, drowning, electric shocks, staring (see 'Men who stare at goats'), and surely, if the rats are a delicacy, they can be taken as a source of food. None of the rat killing tool can be said to be better than another, because they do not merely… Continue reading A 100+ rat killing machines
..belongingness, respect, protection, love, security, self-esteem, .. cannot be satisfied by trees, mountains or even dogs; only from healthy relations with other human beings. It is also, only, to other human beings that we can give these in the fullest measure
With optimal engagement, I refer neither to the distraction of individuals via continued excitation of their various pleasurable organs, nor the authoritative control, manipulation and guidance of individuals from which only dependence on external suggestion and factitious experiences are attainable What is Optimal Engagement Optimal engagement can be described as a state in which a human has potential to reach a peak experience… Continue reading Design for optimal engagement
One cannot choose wisely for a life unless he dares to listen to himself, his own self, at each moment in life (Maslow) In order to discern what a/the human purpose is/ought to be, lets recap what a human is. A human being is: a complex, ambiguous, meaning-making, understanding, and feeling creature that has a unique biologically rooted, intangible mental life; ..a… Continue reading The human purpose
I stand atop giants, I no longer look up to them I'm n't necessarily interested in their kilter view, If so, I'd ask them, not strive for my own, but, I want to see things anew, with my own oomph For every look, there is something to see, for myself A fanatic doubles his efforts after forgetting his aim The giants… Continue reading I stand atop giants
The tragedy of the mechanized individual The apparent guidance and control of individuals by established institutions has often concealed from recognition the vital existence of a deep seated individualism (McDermott, 1973 p.609). This has resulted to the bewilderment of individuals, whose subordination to institutions does not afford them an experience, leave alone an expression of their spontaneity… Continue reading Humans are not machines