Creative people do not need to strive for infallibility. The desire to kill all mistakes is the desire to control everything. Pride kills the ability to create, generates fear and slavery of the spirit. Mistakes are the main source of novelty and progress.
The less you want to hope and believe, the more likely it is to be true. True faith and hope are very small, but the smaller they are, the stronger they are. Try to look for benefits in small things... small things are cheap and grow very well.
If you think you have only a few options, you are clearly blind. You should have at least an infinite number of options. Look around carefully and try to do something very crazy and strange, but extremely simple and worthless, but with hope... without hope is not possible.
The smaller the step, the easier it is to move. You can't jump a chasm in two steps, of course, but if you go down one side and up the other... or, for example, go around it. After all, we live in a limited world where everything has an end and a beginning.
In order not to stand in a dead end, deny the dead end. You have done something, and this something is your only option. Close your eyes and pretend it's not there. No light at the end of the tunnel? What are you going to do? First, in a state of despair? And then? And then you will see clearly and begin to notice the starry sky and thousands of other very different options.
Brainstorming through denial is like this... you Take what's there and deny it as if it's not there, and you think what you're going to do. When the glare of the fire idol, blinding in the darkness, is gone, ... you will see many small hopes of stars in the night sky. Try it by giving love (time and attention) these little hopes, work out a couple of them. These paths may be different.
Denial of a lie happens like this. This is the essence that we believe to be truth and reality. Now imagine that it is a lie and, therefore, it does not exist. If it's not there, then what is? Let's think!
In any case, you should look for the good, not the bad. There is bad in everything, you don't need to look for it, there is shit in every ass... but this is not a reason to stick your nose in every ass.
When reading a book, often ask the question "why?» Reading Talmud, I have noticed that on average there is one very strange thought per page, in which, if you think about it, you can achieve enlightenment and joy.
Before you barrier, which it is unclear as overcome. How do you overcome it? Very simple: start coming up with different options and catch a couple of ideas with such epithets as" it's useless, it's too hard, it's unreal " and start implementing any of them.
You wander through the maze, surrounded by walls and closed doors. You are a child of dead ends, doomed to live in the cage of your wheel. Your problem is you're blind. To see, you must close your eyes, imagine the guiding star, and follow it. No barriers, you come up with all its challenges.
A big man is a man with a literary mind, a man capable of breakthrough. A man capable of giving birth to ideas without reliance on solid ground. In fact, the big man is a dragon who has comprehended the whole and now has the ability to fly, using the gravitational forces of the entire planet without relying on lonely points of view and pieces of land under his feet.