The solution to any problem begins with the study of theory. The problem and everything that concerns it need to know. You need to consult with books, the Internet and smart people. Knowing a problem kills the fear of it.
Theory without experience and personal practice application of this lies and fantasy. Theorists, visionaries. However, practice without theory is weak. Theory develops practice, makes it stronger, brings novelty and growth to it.
You cannot know truth from books, because books are illusion and truth is reality. Experience is the source of truth. However, it is desirable to know what to look for. Books are theory and experience is practice.
Theoretical, devoid of practice and personal experience, knowledge of reality, generates fear, laziness and weakness. As the mind becomes immersed in theory, it loses its immunity to reality and becomes sensually tender.
Truth is a theory that grows well and productively in practice, and falsehood is an imperfect and defective grain, chaff that grows poorly and unproductively. Truth grains are scalable, fruitful, and useful. The tares of lies do not grow, are unfruitful and useless.
That's how it is loved... loved someone, then had an argument even started to feel hatred, and time passed …and the person visits dreams… Visits dreams every day…and the dreams aren't about the past... no …no … the dreams are about the alternate… … as it was said, guard love…guard it. … but alas... it's a theory… but in practice: one lost it and dream about it all one's life. … a very painful feeling… approximately a hundred times worse than any offences and conflicts that led to it...
How can all the arguments in texts 849 and 850 on the limitation of competition be combined with the theory of free competition, which is good leading to progress?
It's very simple: competition is good among relatively equal. Competition is good in its weight category, in one sport. And the situation when a 15-year-old boxer participates in a competition of 9-year juniors, this situation is categorically unacceptable. As well as sparring 120-kilogram fighter with 60-kilogram. Even such a seemingly innocent situation as a fight between a fighter and a boxer is not a fair fight, because the principles of combat in these fighters are different. Boxer, by nature, can not kick and go to melee, using this, the fighter can twist it and hold a painful reception.
And the situation when an organized group of 10 people (say, a large financial conglomerate, Corporation, group of companies) shock and joyfully kick one unfortunate victim - generally requires public intervention.
Competition makes better only relatively equal opponents, in other cases, it only kills the weak. In General, competition, like democracy itself, is possible only among more or less equal. In the presence of strong and weak-need an external regulator that separates them.
I realized why only few get smarter reading books. Because books provide theory and a theoretic horse almost doesn't pull. There should be real life practice involved. One should go and make mistakes, fall and rise again. Hence, there should be a practical skill of applying theoretical information. On the other hand, practice is weak without theory. A balance is needed: when any new theory will be proved by practice and the skill of applying it.
The main problem of modern educational system is an enormous bias of useless theory towards practice and the skills to apply it. A huge excess of useless and almost uncertain information is a rubbish for human brains. Similar to a computer full of useless programs, processes and viruses, a person starts to hang up, lag and work slowly.
One wants to believe in fairy tales. Human nature likes illusions. One needs to hope for the best. When hope is gone and one loses will... everything only gets worse. Tell me tales, promise me the light at the end of the tunnel. And like that happy squirrel in the wheel I will run somewhere happily... until I die...
One wants tales, there's happiness in them... A squirrel running happily in the wheel needs goals... However, fresh breeze and the feeling of pleasant lightness bring big pleasure, filling this never ending running with some new sense... As an extended hedonist theory follower, I share the idea that any place should be checked out for pleasures… even the ass.
Don't let your opponent demoralize you and break your spirit.
Fear, terror, uncertainty, guilt complex, lack of confidence in one's own abilities, thoughts about losses and negative things- are the factors leading to defeats. It's necessary to separate oneself from the personality of the enemy and the situation in general. It's a game and in a game situation can change any moment. Finally, even a second before your opponent steps on you with a dirty boot, a meteor may fall on his head and smash him like a roach. Nothing personal. Purely impartial observation of a situation… What happens, happens. Even one second can drastically change any situation.
People don't need the truth. The truth is unpleasant and it makes all faults and sins obvious. "Mild truth" is much more pleasant. So why be blunt when it's possible to be tactful.
Mistaking the wish for the reality is the main trend of philosophical thinking typical of generation X. A bit of verity spread thinly on the surface, makes this construction slightly resemble the truth. It's possible to fancy it and admire its beauty. The main thing is to remain sensible enough not to put it into practice.
Someone else's experience should be seen as any theory as if it all could have been true only under some particular circumstances. The matter is that these circumstances are always different. If it was done by another person, this person could be either more or less friendly, skillful or moody. And the people this person dealt with could be different too... Generally, anything could be different as there is always a wide range of possible circumstances.
That's why it's necessary to try doing everything your own way. Some may succeed while others won't. Sometimes it's ten different people who may fail to do some particular "thing" while it's the eleventh person who finally manages to do it. And maybe it's only because this person is confident enough not to let hands tremble.
It's interesting to study someone else's experience from the standpoint of mechanics. But it's necessary to experiment and practice something personally. But remember that you may succeed once but fail later as no two times are ever the same.
We should make our children learn wise things, science and develop moral courage.
Philosophy teaches one to be wise. Sport gives one moral courage. Education includes studying science. Literature teaches one to talk and think properly. Life and communication make one practice it all. Personal fulfilment is a practice as well.
Cartoons, movies, games, the internet and music- everything is like sweets and nicies small portions of which can help us control our children and make them do what we want. Small portions of these pleasures can make our children obedient. These portions of pleasure can make them work, study and obey. The main thing is not to make these desserts main courses.
A job interview is similar to an exam: one should prepare for a job interview, get some theory and learn more about the company one wants to work for. Students learn Chinese the night before their exam but you are not as smart as a student, so spend, at least, three days getting ready for an interview.
In the quantum world, the measurement process has an impact on the measurement results and, in practice, this explains the power of faith. A positive outlook produces a positive result, and a negative outlook produces the opposite.
It's not what you read but what you understand that really matters after reading a book. And sometimes it's better to feel than to understand. And it's really a pity if you understand something but in a wrong way. But it's practice and real life that will show the truth...
Myerson's game model of conflicts between reasonable rational individuals does not take into account that about 1% of the strongest players are irrational in the sense that for them the highest value is, something of no value to the other 99 players. And the strength of this 1% of irrational players is 99% rational.
Value is a variable entity in the game theory. Gamers attribute different values to the same entities. The higher a value is, the higher the gamer’s motivation (and, consequently, his strength) to win the game. A goal makes the gamer stronger, motivating him to achieve himself. The more the gamer likes his goal, the more opportunities and strength he has for it.
If we return to wave theory and string theory, can we say that parallel universes exist in the same space with the relative displacement of the basic wave function relative to each other?
Can we say that the time shift between universes is a clock shift between the parallel processes that form the information flow of each individual Universe?
Can we consider black holes artifacts of space with an abnormal wave offset, a bit of a strange Universe?
In the framework of the information model of the Universe, is it possible to compare this functional wave displacement as a sample of the existence of a parallel process-like those that exist in computer systems? Is the parallel universe nothing more than a parallel information process?
Can we say that the basic constants - such as time, the speed of light, etc. - in a parallel Universe are shifted relative to our Universe?
Is it possible to assume that the big universe is a kind of processor operating at a near-light frequency, where each nested parallel universe exists in its own temporal stream displacement?
Is it possible to compare parallel universes with radio or TV channels, where each frequency or shift has its own information flow?