Daily Archives: May 14, 2014

THE TRUTH ABOUT DISAPPOINTMENT

disappointment

Disappointment: n. sensing low to medium intensity badness after failing to achieve your (needs and/or hopes) and/or (desires and/or expectations) and/or goal(s)

 

Fail to get a date, fail to get a job, not enough money for a new car, don’t receive a promise, don’t ace an easy test, don’t do a task on time, and a hundred and one other relatively small failures in life can be very disappointing and even frustrating if you are repeatedly disappointed.

 

You can frequently be a disappointment to yourself but other humans can also disappoint you if they make promises and don’t keep them and ruin your expectations.

 

Some disappointments are so great that they can make you angry at yourself or others. A low to medium intensity unpleasant feeling which frequently accompanies a disappointment may become very intense and should be considered awful, a disaster, or tragedy in your life and not just a medium intensity disappointment.

 

There really isn’t a word for very intense disappointment and there should be.

 

Disappointang: n. very intense disappointment frequently existing with anger

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THE TRUTH ABOUT DISCOVERY

Discovery Education

Discovery: n. determining the existence of a subset(s) which has been in existence but is frequently generally unknown and/or to create a theory which can be used in reality

True discovery is something which exists in this world but you are the first to bring it to public or private attention as something which no one knew about before. Wilderness discoveries are still being made on a regular basis physically but the greatest discoveries are being made in science which is uncovering new principles of chemical and biological action or behavior.

 

Offspring are constantly discovering new things in their world for themselves as they adventurously, curiously, and creatively lead their lives. They are on a constant personal lifestyle of discovery and sharing the information with others.

 

The problem with most non-scientific undisciplined subjective liberal arts education is that it eventually stifles this creative, curious, and adventurous urge in offspring and many become emotionally driven impulsive subjective automotons as adults with much irrational behavior.

I highly recommend mini experimental science lab time in elementary school worldwide to nurture and logically direct this adventurous and curious offspring behavior about the physical world around them!!!!!!

 

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