The undiscovered side of YOU – – – >

Sometimes you notice someone is too ordinary to fit into ordinary group of people , and that same someone is picked and placed in the group of the most un-ordinary people , and it comes to that extent that ‘someone’ is even more better than them !!

Why is it ? How come a person gone unnoticed suddenly turns into someone so powerful you can never imagine , what was that was blocking the view ?? Why not before ?? Why Now ??

It doesn’t make sense , but it s a fact , some people do not FIT in to the system , and they are the one who bring changes to the System …. It ‘s not easy to change the Rules that are going on for so long that you don’t even remember , but you know there s something that doesn’t seem right in it , But if anyone dares to change , they are crushed .

It s not a work for just an ordinary people , the change can be initialize by the  one who doesn’t belong to the system , only that person can dare to change it , the history has witnessed such changes , whether it is Martin Luther King or Hitler , some lost the track & went the wrong way , power blurred their vision , cause that s the effect power holds …..

And some never found the way , and were lost even before they could realize that they had that light in them , the key stays in unleashing that other side of you , finding what you were suppose to do , it may not be great or it might be some thing extra ordinary , you would never know that if you don’t push yourself to that extreme point , where that other side of you is released ……

There are two kind of people , leaders or warriors who fight bring the change , sacrifice their life , and the other are the followers , the disciples , who have to make sure that the path is followed, and the sacrifice is not gone in vain ….

Now the question lies : How to discover that ?? How to know what you are supposed to do ??? How to know who you are ???? and which path are you suppose to follow ?????

Sometimes the answer is shown to you by someone , sometimes it s only you who can reach the your destiny , but their are little clues you left for yourself unknowingly in your life , think ,& think very deeply , cause those memories are hold tightly , safely in your subconscious mind …………………….

We are internally Hard-wired not to live alone !!!

 

 

I know you have heard this lot , but this fact never goes old, that we just can’t live this life alone. Even in those times when we feel a deep desire to move away from everyone and live our lives in total isolation, something in us reminds us that we were created for relationship.

We all are familiar with  the story of Robinson Crusoe &  his life alone on that island, how the most memorable & happiest moment on that island for him was meeting another man, he couldn’t understand his language but was relieved to have come across a human after such a long period of time.

I know of people who live alone and only connect with other people through chatting, phone calls, e-mails, etc. They go out sometimes, and encounter strangers, but most of the time, they are alone. They manage, but I don’t know if they are content with that. Some might be, some might not be. I know of people who like being alone as well, but there is more to that than just simply loving being alone.

But what if there is no one at all? Like in Robinson Crusoe’s island, with no other human beings to see, no other voices to hear, no phone calls, no internet, no letters.. is it possible for man to survive well all alone until his death?

Well  I know my answer would be an obvious “No” . We cannot live alone, simply  because early or late, we will feel like we needs someone to communicate with, we needs affection also.

I know most of you would argue that , its possible to stay alone , and people do that , ya maybe , but than there is a price to pay for that, the loneliness drives you insane. Have you ever thought about the people you know that are alone and they are a tad bit crazy?

People need someone to be with… although your companion doesn’t have to be a person. Take the movie I Am Legend as another example. Will Smith only had his German Shepherd. At the very least, Smith felt that he was not completely alone. He still had someone he could count on to watch his back.

We don’t even have to take ‘aloneness’ in a literal sense. If, say, I were surrounded by people. All faceless. And here I am nursing this really big emotional wound. I NEED someone to talk to. I NEED someone to be with. A friendly face and some sort of reassurance so I WON’T feel alone with a burden I can’t handle.

Living alone without any contact to other sentient being is a heavy burden to the psychology of human mind.Every human in this worlds, including the loners and shut in, have an tendency to commute with each other. Yes, this can be done through internet (That’s where those shut-ins were born, Internet). Without any contact with other human being, it’s only a matter of time before the logical thinking capability of the lone being reduced into sheer will of surviving. With no logical thinking, the lone being will have loss what we call as “Humanity”

I am like Yes and No for my part. I can live by myself, but I constantly need some attention.

Quote of the day by ― Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games:
“I realize, for the first time, how very lonely I’ve been in the arena. How comforting the presence of another human being can be.”

 

 

Being Emotionally Damage

Many of us are stuck in an emotional rut of our own making. We live, breathe, and repeat negative thoughts over and over again throughout the day. Because of this, we create  ‘Normalcy Bias

Now what is Normalcy Bias ???
->The normalcy bias refers to an extreme mental state people enter when facing a disaster. It causes people to underestimate both the possibility of a disaster occurring and its possible effects. This often results in situations where people fail to adequately prepare for a disaster, and on a larger scale, the failure of the government to include the populace in its disaster preparations. The assumption that is made in the case of the normalcy bias is that since a disaster never has occurred that it never will occur. It also results in the inability of people to cope with a disaster once it occurs. People with a normalcy bias have difficulties reacting to something they have not experienced before. People also tend to interpret warnings in the most optimistic way possible, seizing on any ambiguities to infer a less serious situation.

It’s the Pollyanna Syndrome.

According to this bias, it is very difficult for us to change and try new things. It is even difficult for us to comprehend a new way of looking at our thoughts and emotions. We tend to think the same negative thoughts over and over, and we tend to stress ourselves out because of it. Our negative thoughts then cause negative emotions, feelings, and we stop living fully present in this moment. Instead, our negative thoughts flutter about constantly, and we live a life that is filled with negativity from the time we wake up to the time we go to bed.
Conclusion Quote ~
“It is natural for man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts…For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it.”
Patrick Henry

Is the Mean World Really So Mean In Real ??

Mean World Syndrome

Mean World Syndrome is a phenomenon where the violence-related content of mass media convinces viewers that the world is more dangerous than it actually is, and prompts a desire for more protection than is warranted by any actual threat. Mean World Syndrome is one of the main conclusions of cultivation theory. The term “Mean World Syndrome” was coined by George Gerbner, a pioneer researcher on the effects of television on society, when he noted that people who watched a lot of TV tended to think of the world as an unforgiving and scary place.

Individuals who watch television infrequently and adolescents who talk to their parents about reality are said to have a more accurate view of the real world than those who do not, and they are able to more accurately assess their vulnerability to violence and tend to have a wider variety of beliefs and attitudes.


Technological advancements have burgeoned as we stride millennia. Therein lies a solid piece of standardized property: the television.This effectual tool of the mass media takes the form of commercials, films, movie blockbusters, soap operas, drama serials and documentaries. From amusing new-born infants to engaging the decrepit senescence, fanaticizing about Japanese anime such as Naruto to thrill-seeking American television serial dramas like Prison Break, intellectually educating nature-bound National Geographic to the mindless E! Entertainment gossip about Hollywood celebrities, it is incontrovertible that the existence of the TV has impacted our lives in a multitude of ways.

Insinuating by nature, television programs exerts its influence on the audience subtly and cumulatively. In this, theCultivation Theory (George Gerbner, 1976) is highlighted, referring to the social theory which examines the long term effects,of television on the audience. As with this theory, scientific studies have thus far concluded that people who spent more time watching television were more likely to perceive the world in ways that reflect the most common,of the world of television, as compared to the people who were less of a TV addict.


Due to the filmmakers’ need to boost viewership, many a time, television productions are an exaggeration of reality. Such distortions indubitably give rise to not only the Mean World Syndrome, but also to the far opposite of it as well.
Sex, for instance, is a highly repetitive motif in the movies these days, especially in Western productions, because of the producers’ notion that sex “sells”. As such, adolescents targeted as the majority audience have become manipulated into perceiving sexual intercourse lightly; that pre-marital sex is a social norm. Moreover, as youths of the MTV generation predominantly grew up with the TV, the effects of the TV are more significant than people of other ages. Yet, although television influence is a strong determinant in this case study, it is not the only source of influence.

Another parallel to the Mean World Syndrome would be the overly romanticized ideals portrayed by the mass media, through television. While romance is mostly screened with antagonists attaining their true love and ergo a happily ever after, reality reflects otherwise. Due to this disparity between illusive television and reality, a mismatch of expectations occurs. This results in the dissolution of interpersonal relationships, and for married couples –  divorce. Undoubtedly, the symbol of marriage, relationships, love and romance has changed over time; however, through the television (and hence also the mass media)’s influence, issues are unwittingly brought forth and henceforth aggravated.

Violence is yet another theme that the mass media portrays, more often than not. Catering to the pernicious, sadistic characteristic of mankind, violent films depicting gore and bloodshed are increasingly popular amongst the television viewers nowadays, in spite of censorships in place. For instance, the thriller-gore movie ‘Saw’ was so enthralling that five sequels succeeded it, all of them as grotesque and as bloody as the premiere. In this case, two mindsets may develop from violent television consumerism: the first being the Mean World Syndrome, where the individual perceives violence in reality as ubiquitous and unavoidable because the mass media depicts that is so. Secondly, individuals may become desensitized to the concept of violence, whereby an act that may have once been regarded as appallingly undesirable will be morphed into an acceptable norm.

In summary, the television, as one of the many forms of mass media, is an effectual medium in underscoring themes of war, terrorism, poverty and on a more personal level – relationships. However, insidiously, television consumption has the potential to vastly alter our perceptions and lives. Be it a once-a-week TV patronage or a 24/7 TV addict, we are required to be discerning at all times. Only then can we differentiate the TV world from our grounded reality and ergo maximize the benefits of this ingenious (yet insidious) invention.

 

Advantages of solid fuels over the liquid fuels

  1. In case of liquid fuels, there is a danger of explosion.
  2. Liquids fuels are costlier as compared to solid fuels.
  3. Sometimes liquid fuels give unpleasant odours during burning.
  4. Liquid fuels require special types of burners for burning.
  5. Liquid fuels pose problems in cold climates since the oil stored in the tanks is to be heated in order to avoid the stoppage of oil flow.