Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Social Involvement or the Lack There of

Everybody wants to be part of a group; however, numerous people revel in being in the "exclusive" or "elite" social club, which is discrimination on some level. Their attitude says "I'm better than you. Don't try to be like me." If there were one quality that described Americans and probably people, in general, it would be ethnocentricism. That is the belief that your religion, your way of life, your preferences are dominant to that of anybody else's, and even if you believe that, it is not wise to voice such thoughts, inherently. Imagine what a world would be like without all the relational contingengies and hatred and bitterness, etc., even if it seems like an improbable/impossible thought or perfectionism. Some people genuinely strive for righteousness, no doubt. Where have all the Christians gone? At Freed Hardeman, it is hard to give an exact percentage, but a lot of people don't practice the organized religion being expressed. If people in the church are not practicing their beliefs, what hope is there for the world? There isn't hope as far as preaching the Gospel to them, which would be the reason why the church has remained stagnant or leveled-off or has hit a plateau is because of sin. When people act accordingly, other people notice that cultural variation naturally and purposely. On the contrary, if that ideology is not expressed, then secularism sets in, which is the prominent mindset. Just to illustrate the situation: it would be difficult to talk to somebody I don't know for fear of being viewed as wierd or extraneous for simply expressing a greeting or I would be ignored soon after the initial greeting of "hi" or "hello." The purpose of a Christian is to be friendly and display the LOVE of Christian to every person, even your enemies, which is very hard.

Sunday, February 24, 2008


What is life? Life is important. How you manage things determines the outcome. There are certain things I would like to achieve in particular such as a girlfriend, enough money, stronger faith, and ultimately happiness. Sometimes these things seem out of reach, and in some sense they are, and some can be attained, but I am not willing to do what it might take because of the nature of the exhibition, which relates to ethics and modes of thought, generally speaking. I suppose everyone is called or theoretically liable to do what is necessary within reason to meet such needs and desires for fear of discontent. The experiences of life are interesting, and I will never understand a great about life; however, I know I look at things from a different perspective than most everybody, which I tend to take pride in because being different is what makes things less monotonous, subsequently exciting. Snowboarding is one normal thing that I do that is my favorite activity. Anyways, it's getting late, can't concentrate, which is not something much different from my typical behavior.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Psychological Warefare: What is it and what are the implications?

Everybody knows what it means to suffer in one way or another. Another term for it would be agonizing. Particulars about life don't seem to make sense, even if there is a logical reason to the "chaos." For instance, if someone cannot get what they want, like a certain girl or a certain grade because of extraneous circumstances, which means unpredictable and somewhat unalterable, then anger and resentment sets in, naturally so. Furthermore, the nature of the response or the response should theoretically be positive without acting immature, like losing at Halo. Essentially, people behave however they want to behave without there being an exact rhyme or reason to the subject, which aggravates me because I try to be rational about things, even if I am not rational. Everyone should try to become more rational and not do things just because someone else told them to or because it's always been done that way or just because they feel like it, etc. These tendencies are related to human nature a great deal, which apparently is something we have to live with, and I accept the notion of an imperfect society, even I hold contingencies with how people conduct themselves, which all too often is characterized by indifference, known as apathy. People are people. We can't change that, but there are some ways to turn the tide on a positive note. Human psychology is a very sensitive topic. Understanding humans presents a major challenge, but a major opportunity at the same time. With women, it is difficult to get them to pay attention to you, especially if they are gorgeous because they are conditioned to think that they should be attained by someone who extraordinary ability or have vast financial things (assets) or be extremely good-looking, and not just women, but men have this same stereotypical mindset. If you do not fall into this categorical realm, then essentially you are a nobody, which is epitomized when you come in contact with someone and try to communicate with them. Even my friends, which you would not think so, often harbor resent in there heart, and even if they did, it shouldn't bleed over, which the key word is "shouldn't." If you haven't noticed, a lot of things in life are very well-formed or permanent about the behavior of people, in general, which makes me want to have no friends, but without friends, we become challenged emotionally because of a lack of social availability or interaction, and everybody loves to build themselves up, which happens on a daily basis. It is not my intention to say that I am not selfish; however, it is my intention to say that people have an entirely different outlook on I believe how God views humanity, which is with relentless love and compassion. Even if we have heard the Word, we still reject it. If you don't believe me, then look around. More than likely, you have already looked around; furthermore, I probably should encourage you to evaluate your own thoughts, which probably coincide with that of other people, unless you are a spiritual person more so than most, which would still be indicative of a less than perfect lifestyle, in order to understand how most people think, and the essence of the mode of thought is based on false pretenses (negative inherently) because rather than serving others, we believe serving our self is what is good. Consequentially, we purposefully, but not so purposefully, lay a trap, dig our own grave, commit suicide eternally (if taken to extremes), by ignoring the practicality of the Biblical mandates of He who made us all. It is not my intention to condemn, but to help, even if that means condemning to a point. I am not cynical, but real, which I may be cynical at times, which is just further proof of human corruption, which is based on debauchery and fraud, ultimately. Friendships are good, but only if they care for the well-being of the other, which in foresight, you should not trust people unless they have proved themselves to be honorable, which hopefully is wisdom, but in reality, how would you know to trust me considering you don't know me giving that advice, which would furthermore beg the question whether or not the advice is sound, but going on the advice I said, you would not trust me consequentially, which would adhere to my advice after all, and by not adhering the advice, you adhere the advice, which means you should not adhere the advice, which is confusing, but if you choose to adhere, then you will be listening, lacking insight, but if you don't listen then you will be listening with insight by not listening. So it's best to listen without listening for fear or listening. Does that make any sense? Wow. I just confused myself, not hard to do... lol.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


It seems to me that humans, in general, spend a lot of time trying to understand their true meaning in life. I know I do. People strive to understand why they do things, which in reality, I probably do more than most people because I am different or should I say I am completely ordinary? If you knew me, that would be apparent sarcasm; however, one thing that I can't seem to reconcile is this. My brain functions or processes a lot of information quickly, which is no mystery to me, but it is extremely difficult for me to focus on a particular topic because I am so disinterested, which is something I am still trying to understand. Someone might say that I simply am unintelligent; therefore, it would not be practically feasible for me to expect to understand the seemingly complicated matters associated with existence. To which I would respond, I just know what I know. It's easy for me to understand human relations and what makes people tick, but it is difficult for me to pay attention in math, for instance. It's not that I can't understand it, but it's that I can't understand it. It seems like it should click because my mind is always analyzing information sporadically. If I could learn to concentrate, then I would be much better off, essentially. If anybody has any practical suggestions, I would appreciate them. Do you understand my dilemma? It's not that I'm entirely stupid. It's that I can't focus. Even if I try to pay attention, my mind is daydreaming with great consistency, which is an apparent sign of intelligent igornance. The mind is very complicated, and basically I believe it is impossible to learn without being interested in your topic (not that you can't learn, just that it is much easier to do so when you have a reason to do so).

Monday, February 11, 2008

Understanding Intelligence

Some of the posts/articles may seem rather random, and I'm sure they are; however, they do have a particular objective in mind, which is substantiated by evidence. Intelligence is one of the most sought after abilities known to man. Overwhelmingly, intelligence is a natural ability (assuming you have it). However, someone who isn't intelligent per se can learn to become more analytical and prudent by devoting the mind to certain habits. Anyways, intelligence is primarily a gift. It is easy to tell the intelligence of an individual according to how they construe their words. If their sentences are complex by and large, then more than likely, they possess qualities of an intellectual. Another determinant in my assertion would be whether or not they can think outside of the box. It is common knowledge anybody can do this; however, normally more intelligent people don't accept life at face value. If they tend to question things (thought-oriented), then they have a high degree of intelligence. That is why I look for a girl who thinks more on a computational level rather than the socially acceptable exalted frame of mind. These kinds of people are sometimes regarded as weird and extraneous because of their tendencies to think outside of the box rather than the normal way of thinking. The mind tends to accept things that it finds formidable, logically. School is not formidable in my mind because it's monotonous, which I suppose is where this post will inevitably lead. Sometimes, this ability is bothersome because it allows you to see into peoples' thoughts, which means you make judgments that would otherwise be left unnoticed. The truth can be frightening. Can it not? I love it when people think analytically. I get along better with those people. I am a people person. If you are wondering whether or not you are intelligent, here is a good determinant. In some social situation (assuming you have emotional intelligence, which you may have cognitive intelligence, which is based in education or school), are you able to communicate with people and get your point across? This test is dependent on whether or not you are interested in conveying your message as well. If you can effectively communicate with people and "win them over," then that probably means you possess a high IQ inherently. These thoughts are not proven by any conventional methods. They are only beliefs, which become more and more every day I live on this earth. I hope this was boring for you. I enjoyed writing it.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Analytical Thoughts

People spend their lives in pursuit of various ambitions normally related to desire, which serves as a catalyst to incur positive action ensued prospectively by success. In other words, we all want things, which is brought about by our ability to reason and comprehend and act appropriately, which relates to psychological factors, in essence. What is the purpose of thought? Thought prompts us to ask why and how to achieve a particular objective as time plays a critical role. All the geniuses in the world have purposed in their heart to maximize their current situation by ignoring distractions and striving towards the goal, which theoretically has an end result that is consummated by pertinent and quality feedback with regards to our personal lives. If someone wants to be great, they must think with similar, positive thoughts. Lack of desire or apathy inhibits our ability to control our "destiny." Is there a way to achieve interest in an uninteresting facet of our existence? I have not found any yet. Here are a few practical suggestions to become better at things, in general. We do this because interest greatly encourages our ability to succeed ultimately. It is amazing how interest is so important. Advice:
1.) School is boring, inherently. I suppose it's important to think along the lines that the end-result would be a good job at some point in time due to dedication and intelligence. This is feasible by continuing thinking that this material will help land me a job someday. When things become monotonous, simply think that this useless material will help me in the long run, which is my fundamental problem. Theoretically, desire will be the determining factor. Women sometimes don't know what they want. You must want something with great intensity to achieve success (bottom-line).
2.) Don't give into peer pressure. If everybody else is doing, it then that's probably a good sign not to do it... If we value their syndication too much, we gradually become who they are with incredible precision. We resemble our company a lot. It is important to learn to be an individual and not to be influenced by what others think or you will always be looking; henceforth, satisfaction is not present or imminent in our lives.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Thinking About Nothing

Blogging is interesting, and this post is rather random, but I suppose it will be beneficial to read. If it's not, then you don't have to not not pay me still. So, subsequently, you can do so. So, I figure I need to right content that is relevant to what people want. What do people want? However, to understand what people want, you have to think analytically. Also, it is important to note to think outside of the box as well. So, how to people think outside of the box? People think outside of the box by not caring too much what other people think. It's actually very interesting. We are conditioned to think a particular way, which is psychology (the study of the human mind and behavior.) You have people who have to have everything in perfect order all the time. I don't feel that way. Being different is fun. I think everybody wants to be different. Girls want to date different guys. We worry about things that are trivial too much. Prospectively, girls do not want to date a "strange" guy because it challenges their position or who they are. I have never cared what people think about me, if I wanted to do something, which is what I am cultivating everyday. The mind is constrained by what people think. You may call it an obsession. Everybody is entitled to their perspective, right or wrong. I get along better with people who are real. It is important to be different. We don't do what we want because it is scary. I could do better, and life isn't enjoyable to me unless I think differently. For instance, you know... you shouldn't use a numbering system when mailing because the complicated 5 digit system may very well confuse the postman or "If you were a nose, I would not pick you." Honestly, the mind is an interesting place. What land do you live in? These random thoughts are geared to make you think about why you do what you do and whether or not you should continue to do so because quite frankly some of the most successful people were able to try and experiment new things. They did not care if people thought they were stupid.

Monday, February 4, 2008


Ignorance is bliss. Everybody has heard that expression before; however, there is more to that expression than the surface level interpretation. What do I mean? Most people assume that work is derived from dedication primarily, that is people achieve according to their ability to be consistent in their behavior and frame of mind. What I am saying is that true analytical geniuses strive for success in ways that are not according to socially acceptable means of personal exaltation and excellence. It is easy to tell intelligence by the way people construe their verbiage, generally speaking (assuming that person has a desire to connect socially). I do not understand how the brain works to a great extent, but what I do know is that focus is not the only factor that affects the true ability of the mind to quantify its potential. Gaining knowledge is directly connected with promotional strategies. Stupidity is not the root of the problem inherently. Stupidity as far as lack of interest because you do not choose to study is ignorant. My mind works very in depth. It receives constant feedback from my environment, which I want to excel socially and individually; furthermore, it is not a problem for me to correlate and be socially coherent with how people interpret particulars of situations. I believe my mind has the ability to reason very well so that I could eventually, pending upon a current improbability, scrutinize and develop cognitive theories that tend to boggle our existence like the Theory of Relativity, which that in and of itself is an actual representation of my current dilemma, that is I do not like analyzing stuff that doesn't pertain to me intellectually. How do I implement qualitative and qualitative means to succeed? It is a great disadvantage to be disinterested/apathetic. You can understand how the mind works, but honestly, the realization is that theories ultimately neglect the true contingency of the matter. It depends on who you are, truthfully. For instance, I tend to hate social situations because what people are saying are completely hard for me to understand because it doesn't relate to me. I like to listen to people because I know that it is beneficial for your spiritual condition to ascertain its importance. School is seemingly unimportant because the material is usually unimportant. My interest has to be pricked to become better at something. Predominantly, I suppose I need to think that school is important because it will help me to pay attention. How do I do that? In theory, it's a way of life. In the real world, a college education would potentially land me a job. Right now, I'm typing in class when I should be listening. I'll attempt to learn.

Sunday, February 3, 2008

The Meaning Of Life

I am convinced that most people do not realize or understand their true meaning in life. Instead, they spend life wondering what to do, which to an extent, this is true for everyone. I believe the primary reason is for a lack of motivation, logically. People will do more if they have a reason to do well. People have to be centered/geared around a particular objective or purpose in order to substantiate themselves in the modern world so as to benefit themselves or others substantially. Most people do not realize this, and at times, it can be frustrating, but at the same time, it's obviously reality. It's a short post, but I wish people would be more focused on what they profess rather than being noncommittal about most everything. End of feed.