Emotion and his Enlightenment
Solving problems is in everyone. However, we can only grow or regress. Conservatism does not exist in living, because if we do nothing, we lose our memory. So someone who does not want to grow will want to destroy, so that his entourage become like him, by mimicry.
It is possible to become rational and happy, promoting personal development, thanks to that separates us from animals, the creative reason. The creative reason’s right should serve as a basis for a new and simple constitution. This right’s breach would be a lack of education or production.
The stagnation’s culture
On the 1970s was introduced the entertainment’s culture. This culture consists to think about something else, according to its Pascalian definition. This culture made it possible to privatize money’s creation while infantilizing us, making us emotional, with intellectual impoverishment and with drugs. To steer us towards emotions, education has been made much more complex. Making us believing that learning was only about finding a job, we did not think that learning creatively should help us flourishing.
Anyone who does not apply a study in their daily living does not grow through this study. So the school no longer has its moral growth’s leading, valuing our desire to build, to allow us to grow, in order to better understand others, understanding ourselves. Anyone who has this desire to build into himself, because we are built to solve anything. Homo sapiens has grown because he has been able to solve heavy problems, especially drought.
This desire to build is also engaged by our civilization’s beauty. It is an eternity’s apprehension that our society allows. These are representations of that makes us social individuals, raising us above the animal with our creativity. Not only we prefer to remember good examples, but we also we seek to understand that makes passion, so that will make others remembering us.
Anyone can become ardent, to understand how our society works, to improve it. The passion is to catch a strong desire, to achieve something. The realization then becomes a game.
The entertainment society makes us prisoners of our senses. It takes away this future’s vision, allowing us to anticipate in order to grow, for our happiness and that of others. Many act according to impulses. They are then aggressive and violent, violence promoted by play and hunger, as under the Roman Empire. We earn better than our destruction. We earn our own fulfillment.
Current research to understand each other has never been so meaning. Yet few people have a rational discourse, based on a platonic brainstorm, which consists to evaluate hypotheses with his experiences. A platonic reflection makes it possible to emit several hypotheses, with a problem. Then the experiments, verified by our science, so reproducing an event, provide us a solution.
This platonic reflection should be used as early in kindergarten. Indeed, all researchers have been able to find in the past only thanks to this scientific and civilized reflection. Indeed the platonic reflection allows to solve the problems before they arrive, emitting hypotheses, going to solve the problems told on 2014.
Everyone can be upset shaken up, which can lead to showdown. That’s why it’s important to understand your senses through art, music and poetry. It raises us. Understanding his senses through a creative activity permits to tell the future, becoming an ingenious and creative mind.
Beethoven wrote his best scores, those that engage, although he was deaf. Like him, we can sublimate our senses and our bonds, to express the beauty that enables our awakening. Then we can be proud of our spirit. So we can become responsible for improving our civilization. It’s about changing. This allows our eternity.
"Abstract" art is destructive. It does not make it easy to understand a drawing. Whoever looks at an abstract painting must be guided. It is inaccessible and imperfect. Moreover this art appeals to emotions, because it does not allow to brainstorm himself in order to grow. Indeed, thinking is more easily engaged when you understand something, not when you spend your time guessing.
The Icarus’ fall from Matisse has been painted on an abstract way. We see someone falling. But we wonder why he falls. In Bruegel’s painting, above, you do not see Icarus, only his leg. On the other hand you see the scientific progress’s notion, whose Icare did not know how to control. Icarus wanted to fly higher than his plane could. Progress allows, if we are into science’s area, to create cities, for example. Students should be taught art explaining that anyone should understand a painting without a guide.
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Write a poetry, to understand your emotions.