To understand the morals on this topic, we should be clear that positive represents good ideas such as charity etc. and negative represents evil ideas such as hatred, jealousy, crime etc.
In the upcoming series of articles related to mathematical philosophy, what I wish and hope to share with the world are some unusual extracts from the world of mathematics. But I am not concerned with numbers at all. Instead, as wierd as it may sound, I would like to infer some morality and philosophy hidden in mathematics. So, to get our feet wet, I will not get to the mathematics directly. Rather, in this article, I would discuss the bigger picture of mathematics: problem solving. And leave the actual concepts of mathematics for later.
Throughout the average lifespan of any given consciousness, said consciousness will inevitably accumulate experiences. Be they vehemently sought out or merely consequential of circumstance, each experience has an impact on the consciousness, varying in degree according to the subjective perception thereof. With every cumulative impact, negatively, positively or indifferently perceived, the scope of likely future experiences become increasingly determinable, both through one's conscious decision and through serendipitous causality. The psyche is thus constantly being moulded and, both directly and indirectly, mapping out its own potential future experience through the repetition of certain learned behaviours and responses. Simultaneously though, it becomes less predictable when encountering entirely new experiential situations which necessitate the complete restructuring of its evermore rigid parameters.
Life is all about wisdom. Many of us possess a broad intellect of knowledge about the world. We realize what’s possible as individuals and although a majority of people don’t have everything they wish for, at least have an intellectual knowledge of it. They recognize what goes on and they understand what’s applicable. There is, however, a vast contrast between intellectual knowledge and trial and error.
“My first act of free will shall be to believe in free will.” -William James
Human beings are some of the most complex organisms on the planet and were the first sentient species to inhabit the Earth. Humans have existed for hundreds of thousands of years, so, at this point, we are pretty familiar with the concept of time. Essentially, time is a tool to measure the passing of existence. Time has helped us to measure ages, holidays, and seasons, to name a few, but what exactly is a human’s relationship to time? Human beings' relationship to time is one of similarity, limits and inevitability.
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Let me suggest something to you. I'm not saying this is right or wrong or that I agree or disagree with what I'm about to suggest but lets do it anyway.
When I awakened my relationship with time changed significantly. I always understood, as many people do, that time is linear - at least my understanding of military time. However, time can be seen very differently than this. I became accustomed to the day-night cycle. Always feeling like I could fall asleep when the sun was setting and waking up when the sun rose. I haven't experienced that before my awakening. In fact, I would always try to stay up late until 2AM like all my friends watching TV, studying, or reading a book. I never payed attention to the sunset or the sunrise and I never felt consciously, their effect of its energy on me when it came to my sleep cycle, to the extent that I do now.
Skeletons in the closet? I've got heads on the library shelf!