NOW I KNOW
We are all here to live every situation you can imagine, good or bad; right or wrong; positive or negative. Why? So we can learn from the experience as part of the adventure of life. Murray Kibblewhite
CASE STUDY –WHAT IS YOUR STORY? SUBJECT BELIEFS
In his book “Homo Deus” Yuval Noah Hariari on page 353 says: –
“We see then that the self too is an imaginary story, just like nations, gods and money. Each of us has a sophisticated system that throws away most of our experiences, keeps only a few choice samples, mixes them up with bits from movies we have seen, novels we’ve read, speeches we’ve heard, and day dreams we’ve savoured, and out of all of that jumble weaves a seemingly coherent story about who I am, where I came from and where I am going. “
And further on:-
“Some people live a tragedy, others inhabit a never-ending religious drama, and some approach life as if it were an action film and not a few acts as if as in a comedy. But in the end, they are all just stories.”
In my opinion theses “stories” are learning experiences we chose when we come into this incarnation.
Then on page 355 Hariari asks:-
“We are about to face a flood of extremely useful devices, tools and structures that make no allowance for the free will of individual humans. Will democracy, the free market and human rights survive this flood?”
In other words, is technology going to take us over?
So what was the learning?
We all have to learn to accept what we have
Realise our beliefs are obsolete and learn to live with new technology?
All life’s experiences are opportunities to learn. The challenge is to decide, what is the real lesson to be learnt?
How to use:-
1) Accept you need to change your Attitude and Actions on a daily basis.
2) Read, view, discuss and learn other ways. Set time aside daily to study.
3) Practice a new action until it becomes a better habit. Then tell your friends.
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