Jom Bunsiri

Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
Religion and why we believe in it.
Each person has own reasons to believe in religion. Each person has own reasons to believe in sciences. These are different things. These are strings. And finding the joint to claim that religion is superior to sciences or sciences are superior to religion, are pointless. Please advice me if there is the universal reason for believing in religion or sciences.
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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
The dying art of conversation.
Thank you for your opinion. Sorry for my previous insufficient demonstrations. I understand that each person has certain level of understanding things, but it can be improved. I was born in Thailand and my mother language is Thai. Other languages come from efforts. Here, I demonstrate my ways of learning for the writer to consider. If I was wrong, I would not speak any other languages. It's best to try it out before stating any points. And I am sure that pursuing positive attitudes and new possibilities in communication are helpful for such a topic. I have friends, and they will to teach me language in exchange with Thai, it's win-win approach. Don't miss my points, new friends who have positive attitudes, and new possibilities in communication from new environment, will assist the writer to overcome "language barriers". Are friends not influencial in learning? Will you choose to make friend, and exchange opinions with positive people? Isn't better environment influencial in learning? Can influencial friends and environment help people to demolish the language barriers? Come to the point, the dying art of conversation. If there is the best explanation of the topic's assumption and perspective, would you mind sharing it to allow people to understand? The writer has his own assumptions and perspectives to create the topic. Is it good enough to deal with a problem with one limited assumption and perspective? Is the art of conversation dying? Thank you for your suggestion.
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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
The dying art of conversation.
Since the topic and details of this debate appear to me that the writer is hopeless in communicating with people, I suggested that the writer should seek for new friends to explore positive attitudes in communication of his assumption. And since each language in this world has its specific grammar and various ways of expressions, it is interesting for the writer to explore new environment (aside from English language environment) to open mind for new possibilities. Thus, the pursuit of positive attitudes and new possibilities in communication may result from an easy activity such as making new friends from other parts of the world. The language barrier is a small matter, once people have foreign friends they learn many things from each other, and that makes it easier than it sounds. I have learnt Russian, French, Japanese and Chinese through this way. We are all friends.
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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
Are creativity and leadership overrated?
Creativity and leadership are just only tools that help people achieve goals. Before people use the tools, they have objectives set to be the goals. If we focus on a single part of the process, then our actions seem to be meaningless.
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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
What would you do if you had 30,000 USD to spend on developing a countryside village? What's your plan?
WoW. Thanks for your ideas!! There are many many interesting points. If the village implements all the ideas above, by that time, many more people would love to imigrate to the village. Since there are not many people in the village, I think 5 year plan might be appropriate speed of developments. Many points from you and the other comments are very useful, and I have already share these ideas with my team. We appreciate your time spent on ideas for the better society. Thank you!!
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Jom Bunsiri
Posted over 3 years ago
What would you do if you had 30,000 USD to spend on developing a countryside village? What's your plan?
In this development, we are not alone with the villagers. I think government's efforts to develop rural areas are good souces for expanding networks. For example: public medical projects, chamber of commerce's projects, labor development projects and etc. These networks may be very helpful in this village development and also make my team's project cost efficient. For my conclusion, networking might make $30K worth more than it is.