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Some say it is weakness to be absorbed in self praise. I’d say it helps me obtain motivation towards the achievement of higher personal objectives. That is exactly how I landed on the idea of creating my own website. Knowing yourself works great deal to help decipher new horizons of improvement and refinement of intellectual skills.
I try to stay away from virtual socialization and these social media websites have become significantly popular since the last few years. Not only business individuals but people belonging to all walks of life including a larger percentage of students make use of websites such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace etcetera to gain access to other people from the same or different localities and gain access to information from around the world. They attain all this access, straight from their desktops with minimal contact with the real world.
Speaking in vivid terms the harmful impact of this digital socialization is more prominent than its positive effects. Not only to the individual but these sites pose a potential threat to the entire sociological entity. How? Students and officials using this technological innovation for their respective lines of work may deviate from the purity of their cause and take recourse to these sites in order to kill their leisure or give their tiring minds a break. It should be noted that it is extremely feasible for them to do so much more effectively by taking a walk in the park or meeting up with friends. Instead they start to seek the comfort of their seats and virtually meet up with their friends and family, send digital greetings and tend to their sick health virtually. What is the benefit of any innovation if the users start to forsake the reason for its creation?
So as a normal human being I am attracted towards maintaining a realistic approach towards life and try hard to abstain from social networking sites. I find my pleasure in travel, reading books and mingling with real life social people that we call friends in the real world. I do however believe that life is never constant. It’s subject to change and movement. So sometimes it gets really hard to fathom the depths of the extreme utility life demands off you but at later times the most useful of all ideas miraculously imbibes to your subconscious. Alongside working part time I am effectively manage my studies and health. The better of doing both is to immerse oneself psychologically in healthy activities and avoid stagnation of both brain and body.
Where to draw the line? How to live in a universe that is constantly putting us at odds? By blindfolding our eyes? Deceiving ourselves, hoping for something good to pop out of nowhere? By “Bucking the Odds” or by working towards a more substantial, a more realistic end? By looking for answers and working out a solution based on probability.
I would say it is rather futile to go looking for something that your eye cannot see, that doesn’t even exist in your present and might not even be there in the future.Defying the odds, hoping, gives solace only for the moment. Being prepared to confront the odds is what gets us there! No? Well let’s get through the discussion and see for ourselves.
Realists aren’t always negative. They are practical, logical and more alive to every second of their lives. Call them sensitive but that is like a cherry on top of an already delicious dessert. How so? Well, this cherry topping bestows them a better perception of reality, a better observation and definitely a better outlook on life. They don’t believe or gamble. They do the math! An optimist might call the glass half full and probably be satisfied but the realist will see the glass half empty and will go out in search of more water in case a mishap happens.
Looking forward to a bright horizon isn’t wrong but just looking for it isn’t right either. Optimism is a more visionary stance. I hope things will get better. But I am just hoping and making no effort towards its accomplishment. That’s where optimism is merely a pleasure to the brain, a sweet delight but once this day dream fades and there is no horizon what do you do? Sulk? Undergo depression pessimism? Then will you be finally able to see where things went wrong? Why not tear off that blind fold before it falls itself?
We are oblivious, rather ignorant of what could happen to us in the next second. Most of us think that we are less likely to suffer from a heart attack, a lung cancer, get divorced or have our house burnt down. Bitter may be, but this a realistic approach rather than being positive for the inevitability of such phenomena. Most of us are wildly optimistic. Good things are permanent to us while for pessimists good things are evanescent, they fade away.
Taking risks is a part of life in most of our daily professions be it entrepreneurs, pilots, doctors and even a common laborer. You invest money, hoping for a larger profit but you bank on it as the only source of income forgetting to think of another source in case the whole business tumbles down like a house of cards. A realistic approach catered by strong self-criticism creates a perfect paradigm to modify your action according to the needs of the day.
So yeah! I am a realistic optimist who believes that a vision accompanied by realistic attitude can do wonders. If only we would come out of our comfort zones and set forth towards a better understanding of life’s operation, acknowledge the bitter realities, would we be able to compete in Nature’s Arena.
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