From the time of birth until death, human beings are trying to escape from the boundaries of their own problems by turning a blind eye to the choice as if it were a problem.
Of course, it is not a problem in the first place because it does not have the common sense to choose the irresistible problems such as life and death. (It seems like the problem can not be a problem without an answer)
As many have said, the sentence that most briefly describes human life will be "a continuation of choice".
I do not want to talk about what choices are going on within the framework of today's problems.
First, before we talk about what choices we should make, let's draw into our minds the events that happen after humans have made choices to solve the problem.
In both cases, the number comes first,
The first is to solve the problem by making a choice.
Now that we have drawn (abstractly) in our minds that we will solve the problem if we choose to make the move, everything is fine in this case and we do not think it will be a problem if we make the choice, In real life, we can never be sure that this choice will solve the problem at this point when we have to choose something.
There is no problem with a choice that has confidence in solving the problem.
If there is a choice that you believe will solve your problem, in fact, you are in a problem other than the one you are thinking about right now. (Because I am worried about other factors that can be solved by other problems). Or you may be in a situation where you have to go into another problem by making that choice and make another choice in the problem.
So, no matter which element you choose at the time of selection, you do not know if the element will solve your problem.
The second is that by selecting the wrong element, the problem becomes bigger, or there are other problems that did not exist before the selection.
Let's think of the case where the problem grows. Of course, there may be a lot of different opinions here than I say, but according to my thinking, the problem is that the size of the problem has been determined from the time it occurs, so that the problem becomes bigger or smaller There is no case.
As a result, this means that there is no quantity in the problem.
If the problem you are experiencing increases or decreases with the passage of time, it is not a change in quantity, but a change in past problems as a consequence of what you have chosen in the past. (You can think of this in a little detail.)
Let's look at some other problems that did not exist before the selection.
If you have experienced this situation, think deeply and coolly.
Did other problems arise? Has anything else changed? Was there anything you got ??
What I want to ask is that because of the different problems that have arisen, yo. u have gained something at that time.
Of course you may think you did not gain it now, but this idea is when you are drawing the past on the issue into your head like a movie, and as a result you are choosing the wrong element I can think that there are many more problems. At that point in time you would have got something if you picked the wrong element and other problems arise. (Even if it is self-satisfied ...)
Since when (at least since I was born), most people in this world seem to have been trapped in the bridle of choice.
Perhaps it is a phrase to express that the society in which people live is trapped in the bridle of choice.
Let's ask a simple question.
What do you think is the ultimate purpose of education that you have been receiving since you were born?
I think I am happy.
I can not judge whether my thoughts are right or not, but if I am right, I know at least the ultimate purpose of being educated, so I can not think that my education was wrong.
But what has I been taught that I have been taught to do and what to do to achieve the ultimate goal of happiness?
It is the right choice.
Life is a continuation of choice, and if I make a choice in such consecutive choices, I will get happiness, and if I make a wrong choice, I will get away from the happiness I can get.
And the education I've been taught has taught me how to make a choice.
I have a question here.
The point at which I can see whether or not I have chosen to move is now the present, not the present, which makes the choice.
Of course, at the chosen point, the choice is the result of the future (even if I chose something that did not move, as a result, because I am happy, that is, the happiness that I want to have). However, predictions are just words. Prediction is not the future ahead of you.
Of course, there are many cases where you can get close to the predictions that you anticipate as the forecasts get right.
But in the first place people do not consider it a problem.
If you have a stress flush in your hand, the problem with your choice is not how much or how much you want to win the game, but rather how much you have to bet, so you have to choose what to do as a result. The problem is whether you can bring it.
So, at the time of our choice, what we have chosen through our own predictions, in what we consider to be a problem, will fit with our own predictions in the future, in a word, we can see the manager, the future .
Of course, since we can not see the future, many of our predictions are different from the actual future. (How much did we experience the exact opposite of the prediction?
Even if the predictions appear to be in the real future, or if we have the ability to make such predictions, we would not have been in a situation where we could have that important problem in the first place.
In conclusion, I have been educated to make the right choice so far, but there is no help given to me at the moment when I have to make a choice in a matter of fact. (Of course, I did not overlook past situations that might have been a problem because I had made enough predictable choices because of the training I've received so far.
Well, if there is no guidance on what to choose for me in our problems, but time is running out and, as a result, if something is selected by the time it takes to flow without any choice, what should we do? ?
What I want to focus on in this unit is the importance of direction.
No matter what choice you make, there is no way to know when you choose to make that choice (especially if it is a difficult problem), so what you choose is not the first thing to consider in dealing with the problem. (The first thing to consider when you draw is not to squash it,
There is a picture.
The sun is at the end of the mountain in a wide scenery, and a photograph which directs a spectacular spectacle.
If the problem you are having is figuring out the point of this picture at sunrise or sunset, would you be able to see the picture and solve the problem?
If you have a chance to get a single hint, what would you want?
Is it the direction of the sun?
If it is east, it will be sunrise. If it is west, it will be sunset.
Without a hint, if you choose either sunrise or sunset, this choice should be just as you chose, not as your choice.
What is more important than choosing when you have to make a choice in a problem is why you are making that choice.
And if you can tell the direction, you can make a move like a manager who looks at the future.
No, that's the direction that will guide your choice.
The direction of movement is toward the moving side, the direction toward the bad side is bad
Whatever you choose ...
One of the greatest powers in the world.
He has the power to make the future.
But choice can not advance to the future.
What if I have the power to move forward, I do not know where to go.
So I just have to be there forever, with that great power.
That is why you are now standing at the crossroads of choice. (If you can advance to the future, you can not take that choice.)
You do not make a choice.
It gives direction to choices that were in one place.
Then the choices will run in the direction you tell them to make the future.
And we will live in that future again.