I have been often asked to explain what I mean by the 3 tenets that my life and my company/productivity stand by. I always thought it was obvious enough, that I needn’t explain such simple concepts. This below, then, is my new year’s gift to all I know.
Perfect, Yet Changing!
When we talk about IDEAL – in terms of humans, we’re not talking about a fixed set of qualities that would make someone ideal or not ideal. In my understanding, an ideal person is one who thinks rationally, follows a logical and rational philosophy in order to gain the best or the most he can out of life. Hence, an ideal human would be one who is constantly learning, constantly upgrading, constantly seeking improvement in his work and thoughts – who in other words keeps on changing.
Let me go so far as to even say when talking in terms of human beings it is not only “PERFECT, YET CHANGING”, but CONSTANTLY CHANGING for the better, to achieve perfection – in other words, without change or improvement in this context, PERFECTION or IDEAL is impossible!
Infinity is a contradictory notion, when applied to that WHICH EXISTS!
The problem is mostly semantic, than metaphysical, most people probably mean or want to mean “limitless” or “boundless”.
It’s impossible because infinite isn’t a number, it’s a concept, of something that’s bigger than anything else. As soon as you assign a number to it, infinity is bigger.
To have infinite knowledge, one would have to have knowledge that is greater than the knowledge that one has/can have.
Hence, replace infinite with boundless or limitless:
To have boundless or limitless knowledge, one’s knowledge would have to extend beyond the limits of one’s knowledge.
There is always a simple way to run the Universe, and THIS is IT: Limitless Possibilities!
The idea of a lost, but highly advanced civilization has captured the interest of people for centuries. Perhaps the most compelling of these tales is the story of Atlantis. In Greek mythology, Atlantis was the paradise City of the Gods. It was said that Only Gods or heroes were allowed to enter Atlantis. We’re heroes, when we decide to be free. Because, you see, life was not meant to be weighed down with routine, boredom, gravity or authority…but for fun and learning! Our imagination is focused on bringing out that inner child in all of us. We worship that light-bulb look. We cherish heroes. So we decided to invite that playful, elusive creature back into our lives: JOY!