Romance governance

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If only everyone’s romantic satisfaction were guaranteed; The rest would settle peacefully.

Shaping one’s life

#61 RGB II (Mathias Sager, Oil colors water mixable on wood board, 3 panels each 33.3 x 22.0 x 1.2 cm)

A life nicely centered between birth and death As it is acting like knowing its symmetry around a peak Assuming a ceiling point until which to invest According to plans for success and wealth Allowing a balanced ascension and decline All forming the pyramid of life OR A life interestingly gone astray in chaos of time As it is anticipating what was never expected to occur Assuming abundance seen as … Continue reading

Familyfulness

Life, why did you choose to be selfless my child Birth, who will I accept to be artful in the otherworld Kinship, how is it known to be timeless from others Unity, what lets humanity to be mindful of that love Family, where can I realize to be limitless to meet you

Face Situations in Contemporary Japan (A Qualitative Research)

Abstract Self-esteem seems to play a significant role in one’s quality of life. A key factor positively influencing self-esteem is the possibility to freely choose one’s relationships. Japanese tend to report comparatively low self-esteem levels, what may be due to modesty considerations though too. The prevalent East Asian concept of ‘face’ reflects one’s evaluation of how the self is seen by others, while the concept of self-esteem represents the own … Continue reading

You’ll never arrive

Running till retirement when you’ll change environment Running till the end of the year when you’ll forget all of your fear Running till career promotion when you’ll feel success emotion Running till next vacation when you’ll improve situation Running till the weekend when you’ll meet your friend Running till tonight when you’ll feel delight Running till lunch time when you’ll be fine Running till a break when you’ll awake Running … Continue reading

Vision of a World Happy Colorful Growth  (WHCG) Movement

Destructive human behavior and problems on our planet earth come back to the “enslavement traps” of societal control, which are materialist attachment, self-centeredness, distraction from the truth, dependency, mutual exclusive values, and ruthless capitalism. Therefore the WHCG Movement sets out the necessary themes to be addressed locally and globally to realize change for a more peaceful and healthy world. As outlined below, the 3 pillars with the 6 principles can … Continue reading

Pond of Life

#67 Deep water [life water painting series] (Mathias Sager, oil colour water mixable on wood panel, M12 60.6 cm x 41.0 cm)

Life is like a pond people standing around jumping to give birth to a short life on earth without preparation equipped with intuition While diving we are living attention we are giving to how long we can hold our breath and mold the style of our glide gentle or with fight Soon we have to come up to surface and show what depending on our aim deserves eternal shame or … Continue reading

Book of life

#62 Stairways (Mathias Sager, Oil colors water mixable on canvas board, 8F 46.7x38.1x0.4 cm (18.4"x15"x0.16"))

The book of life goes on like a free fall In comfortable times one isn’t a protagonist at all The new chapter opens up like a new start In difficult times one has to play the active part The story comes to an end like a love letter In life times one can change scripts for better The episode builds upon like a final solution In all times one continues to shape human … Continue reading

Your way

There will be a time When people understand The system that is Isn’t caring for all Think your way Immature dependence Omnipresent regrets Compensation that is Isn’t supportive for all Stop your way To compete to win To forget to retreat The game that is Isn’t meant for all Change your way

A holistic career progress examination

A holistic perspective on career reflection A holistic career examination implies that the development that has led to the current situation, as well as a future outlook, shall be taken into account in a reflective way.  A whole person approach includes personal traits and socio-cognitive facets. Personal identity extends to life-story considerations, cultural context, and life purpose (Nilsson, 2014). Besides using the biopsychosocial model, biographical learning provides for a concept … Continue reading

The mind-brain explanatory gap

Assessing the mind-brain debate Introduction To assess the importance of the mind-brain debate to the science of psychology, I will in this essay first try to clarify what the differing point of view between the psychological theories of dualism and monism are. I will explain the so-called ‘explanation gap’ based on which I don’t consider the further pursuit of either direction of research in its pure form as a matter … Continue reading

Everything is fine. No need to …

The universe is perfect. No need to think about the meaning of life. Just follow your instincts. We are dependent on the earth, not vice versa. So go get what’s in for you. Everybody wants just the best from their perspective. Everybody gets what she/he deserves. Don’t overthink. We are not human doings, we are human beings. So just be. There is no salvation. We are ruled by evolution’s selection … Continue reading

Happy Living, Colorful Learning, Growth Creating

The Happy Colorful Growth Way: Live as you were to die tomorrow. Learn as you would never know enough. Create that your contribution lasts forever. 

My Definition of Hard Work and Great Achievement

My definition of hard work has to do primarily with openness, courage and authenticity, rather than just with working long hours and the goal of material profit, although it can involve massive action and material achievements too. I don’t agree with the saying about success that goes ‘One percent is inspiration, ninety-nine percent is perspiration.’ Accessing one’s spiritual foundation and deep inspiration makes hard work less a matter of disciplined suffering than a journey … Continue reading