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How do you feel? Are you happy? What do you base your happiness on? Is happiness just a feeling? Can feelings of happiness come from tangible things in life? What prevents happiness in your life? If we loose our tangible material emblems of success that we have acquired in life, do we then also loose our happiness? If so why? I say that we should not simply have happiness “in life but we should have happiness “for life itself, for the joy of living.” We should all experience the joy of life, the joy of living life!
So what’s preventing us from experiencing this happiness in life today? The writings of Mark Hamilton and those found in the Neothink® library state, “The happiness of a man and woman is not based on sex or pleasure, but on self-esteem. Self-esteem acquired through honesty and productivity is the requisite for romantic love and all encompassing life celebrating pleasures.” Life-Celebrating Pleasures are known in the Neothink® Society as Psychuous Pleasures. Pyschuous pleasures are vibrant, exhilarating, and all encompassing in representation of a life experienced to the fullest. There is no half way in psychuous pleasures. These are the all encompassing celebrations of life in every area of life that can only be shared between like minded individuals interacting with and sharing the same values.
In the relationships of people who understand living in these celebrations of life, pleasures are the result of living day-by-day as rational, honesty-based value producers that contribute to their own life and those around them. They do this through their rational and truth-based social interactions leading to productive actions. Self-esteem is dependent on one’s effectiveness in dealing with reality. A high level of self-esteem requires a commitment to objectivity in the evaluation of our motives which pertain to the actions we generate for ourselves and others. This purposeful objectivity evaluation of the motives behind our actions will lead to value-based honesty and creativity in our lives. Having this type of commitment to objectivity and honesty puts people in control of their lives and gives the individual a greater sense of self worth.
What are some examples of objectivity and honesty that could be played out as we live our lives in today’s world? And, what is preventing us from attaining the level of objectivity and honesty that brings happiness and self esteem? In order to gain perspective lets look at it from the viewpoint of the Neothink® Value Producer’s orientation verses that of this world’s deceptive Value Destroyer’s orientation. But, before we get into the breakdown of the two orientations let me say that; today it seems to be a value producer you must disregard the negativity and dishonest practices that a dishonest society attempts to force on you. To do this please realize that something that is forced on you does not come from a valuable, truth based, or even a rational framework therefore it cannot be coming from a good for me perspective. If it is not good for me then how can it benefit me or the decisions I make for my life?
The Value Producer says, “I earn my living by producing competitive values which are tradable in a free market economy.” The Value Destroyer says, “I do not earn my living producing values for others. I find it easier to live off the values produced by others.” The Value Producer says, “If I do not have the skills needed to produce values into the economy I will make myself a student so as to gain the knowledge necessary to become a value producer for a free market economy.” The Value Destroyer says, “I am becoming a professional lifetime student; I can take advantage of governmental dependency programs. I can benefit through manipulating religions or other forms of social systems exploitation by cheating those social programs within society either through secular mysticisms or deceit. I can do these things to usurp my livelihood from the value producers through no effort of my own.
Now, please take a moment to review these perspectives and ask yourself, “What is wrong with this picture?” See the promise I make to you about the decisions you can make leading to happiness for your life! The problem with living off of the value creations of others; or providing charity to the point of dependency that we discussed in, (Part 1) How Can I Find Happiness in Life Once Again?, was that there could be no valuable exchange between the parties which provided a sense of self worth to the other. This reminds me of a parable that reads like this:
A certain rich man, being converted to do good works, went and built a score of soup-houses to feed the poor gratuitously. And all the poor people of that town went therein and were fed. But the next year, behold, there were twice as many poor. And the rich man built another score of soup-houses, and they were all fed. But the next year, there were still twice as many poor people to feed; but the rich man had exhausted his means, and could feed none at all. A judgment is therefore rendered against that man for his supposed beneficence. For, while he did a little physical good that was tangible to the beneficiaries, he did a great spiritual wrong, because he lowered the value of manhood and womanhood in those that he fed. His benevolence promoted dependence.
Certain men fell down in a deep well, and at the bottom, they laid flat down on their bellies, and they prayed and cried out to be taken up, yet, they would not even raise their eyes to look upward. And others, at the top of the well, let down ropes, and they called down to them beneath to look up, and catch the ropes, but they would not. And, in course of time, they at the bottom said: Alas! Our prayers are not answered!
A rich man founded a place of labor for the poor, who had nothing to eat and nowhere to sleep. And he said unto them: The Creator has given you hands to work with; come now, with your hands, be men and women. And they went and worked and earned their living and shared their values with each other, benefiting all.
So you see, these types of teachings which relate to value creations and self-worth, know no boundaries; the only boundaries placed in front of people are those boundaries which a value destroyer would force on us. And like wise, boundaries are only before us when we allow ourselves to be deceived to believe that the perceived boundaries are real when in reality they are a deception – and un-truth. Mark Hamilton gives us an outline portraying the outline of the decision base of a value creator and calls it simply, The Orientation for Positive Change. This orientation is as follows:
If we choose to live by truthfully integrated self-evaluations of our lives leading to positive change and not negative self deceptions, we can live happy and undefeated lives. I tell my Son all the time, “Choose to do the right thing so that you can bring about a light of understanding and peace in your life.” So now in love, I also say to you, “Please choose the path of truth for your life and with honest based self evaluative discernment you will turn on the light of joy and value creation in your life leading to the abundant joy of living life itself!0 comment
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