Savvy Raj

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On Thinking

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Expansive & Inclusive thinking.

The importance and impact of thought on humanity cannot be denied. Positively steered thoughts transform lives and create transcendence.

Similarly, aimless thoughts lead to stagnation. And negative thinking is a road to self-destruction. Repression and suppression of thoughts through force and coercion can have harmful effects on the entire persona.

Educating the mind and heart with the power of rational thinking and clarity on topics like humanity and ethical living, natural laws of being, of the larger purpose of being than the self creates a conducive platform for steering the young minds towards self introspection and contemplation in self reflection and awareness.

For instance subjects like philosophy, psychology, sociology can be introduced in high schools along with other mainstream subjects so discussions on morality and ethics of being and humanity at a much impressionable age. Students showing interest can then be given options to advanced exploration.

Every subject has its own charm and significance, In fact including these subjects will help still a restless mind and induce tolerance and patience in thinking and relating.

In doing so the next generations understanding of the relationship of the self and world and it’s interdependence in the strength of the interconnects improves amidst the introspection. The possibilities are infinite.

Our world needs understanding in expansiveness and inclusivity more than ever… it needs governance by leaders who value response over reaction.

Savvy

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

16 thoughts on “On Thinking

  1. I really like to read you!! Good morning!!

    Albert Einstein was once asked what the difference was between him and the average person. He said that if you asked the average person to find a needle in the haystack, the person would stop when he or she found a needle. He, on the other hand, would tear through the entire haystack looking for all the possible needles. With creative thinking, one generates as many alternative approaches as one can.

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  2. Right. I agree with you. All these subjects must be taught in school. Especially pschology.

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  3. What a great read, thank you Savvy

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  4. Well written, truthful and thank you for sharing!.. 🙂 far too many people have found what they believe to be a “secure comfort level”, in deed and thought, and deny anything else, and with a closed mind seek out those with same thinking (“birds of like feather flock together) , aided by today’s technology….
    Hopefully the younger generations can use that same technology and open those closed minds and make this world a better place for everyone!.. 🙂

    “Life is a process of becoming… a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it. This is a kind of death.” Anais Nin

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    • Thank you for your lovely thoughts. Change is the only constant….So I quite agree and share the hope along with you for a better world for us all. A world of acceptance and acknowledgement, of the ‘US’ beyond the ‘I ‘. Of tolerance and patience, as a way of being. Let us intend towards such a world.!

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  5. Very timely, Savvy. Thanks for sharing.

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