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Posted by on 2011/01/04 under Uncategorized

sanity, they think a perspective different from their own is something else… they think it’s crazy! If it’s not sane, then it must be INSANE! I believe insanity is just another way of life. It has different gifts and different flaws than the way of life many people live by (sanity). I think the gift it brings (or at least could bring) is unsurpassed creativity, because insane people see the world in a different way. The flaw is things like paranoia, generally being a little “off” or “strange” and things of that nature. However, as previously stated, I believe it is just another way of life. One can be simple with little positive and little negative.. but how fun would that be? One can be average which I to me means having medium positive with medium negative. And what I mean by positive is things like Ipods, going out to eat etc. but the negative is working to make the money to afford those luxaries. A simpleton would not have the luxaries of that way of life, but he/she also wouldn’t have the work it brings either. You see each is balanced. This relates to insanity because I believe insanity is just an extremedy life style. It has great flaws with great rewards, and if you ask me, the greatest reward is of sacrifice. If you’re getting a great reward, then you must be sacrificing something great, or suffering great flaw/pain to balance it correct? This, to me matches the definition of insanity. Let’s take a look at another example… John Nash. This man was a genius, and was awarding many prizes such as the nobel memorial prize in economics science, the Leroy P. Steele Prize and a few more represetatives of great achievement… of greatness. This greatness came with a great cost, Nash was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. basically Nash was an insane genious. Sometimes that’s what it takes to reach greatness like that. Mr. Einstein was also a genius and won many awards representining great achievement as well as greatness in one aspect. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics, the Time Person of the Century award.. and a few more. However this man was not schizophrenic, or anything else of that nature. One does not need to be insane to reach such greatness. Einstein said himself “I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious.” showing that he did not have anything special, at least to himself. To me, he had unsurpassed patience as well as curiosity. I believe that he was gifted but perhaps not in the way that we all think. Maybe it wasn’t his raw genious that came up with relativity theory maybe it was his patience. Maybe when a human mind pondering such things long enough it will come up with a testable answer, which in Einstein’s case was relativity theory. Yet again the idea of an extremedy shows up. Just as Nash had the insanity extremedy style, Einstein had the patience extremedy style. It wasn’t the raw genious of these men, or at least not just the raw genious. These men had two different careers. Nash was a mathematician while Einstein was a physicist… just two different perspective

honour differences, dont hinder them
each has a plus

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