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Lolypopp Corn
Posted 11 months ago
What is the difference between happiness and satisfaction?
Satisfaction is to achieve something that was expected and for some people, sometimes satisfaction leads to happiness. Satisfaction is normally achieved when something is finished, but happiness is a feeling that can be enjoyed "during the process of achieving something"; happiness is finding pleasure in simple things, in other words, is to enjoy life. When we are hungry we eat and when you finish, you feel satisfied; but the feeling is totally different when we add some friends, favourite wine or music to this "dinner"... you appreciate every moment and even the food tastes better! I strongly believe that people who know how to value this "little things" that life allows us to add, are happier! Hapiness is CARPE DIEN, is enjoying every single moment in this long process that life is!
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Lolypopp Corn
Posted 11 months ago
Is imagination a more valuable asset than knowledge?
You are such a blessed person and what a nice testimonial! It is really amazing that you could manage to revive your imagination and find happiness in simple things in life. As I said before, ignorance is bliss... in some way, acquiring knowledge is "absorbing information" and i guess that you achieved a level where absorbing information is not fun or enough anymore. Nowadays, what are they doing is "brain washing" people, they just throw us a bunch of information; but the teachers' real role is to help students learn how to think, to develop and use our innate imagination!
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Lolypopp Corn
Posted 11 months ago
Is imagination a more valuable asset than knowledge?
Some say ignorance is bliss; dreamers (i.e.: with imagination) and knowledgeable people can think outside of the box, but in a different way. Knowledge allows you to question simple things in life, such as "why does the sugar melts when heated but it doesn't happen with salt?" or even the complex ones that make people want to fight against "the system"... and all this questions can be answered and solved to improve human's life, if you carry the right knowledge. Imagination also leads us to the same path, to want to discover and answer questions, but more than that, it is what allows us to use our knowledge. So, imagination is definetely a more valuable asset than knowledge, if you lack imagination your knowledge will be stucked inside you.