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'Carpe diem' or analitycal mind?

 

Which philosophy of life is more adapted to modern times?
It's not a trivial task, but I'll try to collate both sides.

Being dreamer gives much joy than usual thinking. We aren't forced to think about tomorrow or things which can happen in the near future. This philosophy can be perceived like a cage which protects us from all remorse or weaknesses from the past. In some extent, that would be a life without any plan. On the other hand, all occurrences can't be destructive for mind.

Being well-planned all the time has also own advantages. There's no chance that we forget about something or any part of life won't go in accordance to the plan. What's more, every problem will be solved regardless of time or attempts. This thinking could also a little deceptive. We can overprotect ourselves and make difficult to explore the inside. Also people with this philosophy have a prejudice to take too many problems at the same time.

So, what's the answer? Honestly, there's no answer. The perfect solution is an equilibrium between both behaviours. That's the only way which insures us a harmony and calmness in a life.

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    'Carpe diem' or analitycal mind?

    Which philosophy of life is more adapted(suitable) to modern times?
    It's not a trivial task, but I'll try to collate both sides.

    Being a dreamer gives more joy than usual thinking. We aren't forced to think about tomorrow or things which could happen in the near future. This philosophy can be perceived like a cage which protects us from all remorse or weaknesses from the past. To a certain extent, that would be a life without any plan. On the other hand, all occurrences can't be destructive for the mind.

    Being well-planned all the time also has its own advantages. There's no chance that we will forget about something or that some part of life won't go according to plan. What's more, every problem would be solved regardless of time or the number of attempts. This type of thinking can also be a little deceptive. We can overprotect ourselves and make it difficult to explore the inside. Also people with this philosophy have a tendency to take on too many problems at the same time.

    So, what's the answer? Honestly, there is (Emphasis on there is) no answer. The perfect solution would be (There is no solution, so it's only a speculation, so I changed this to "would be") an equilibrium between both behaviours. That's the only way which insures us a harmony and calmness in a life.

     

     

     

    #2 So, what's the answer? Honestly, there's no answer.

     

       This is  rather close to  inviting people to offer an answer, but then telling them to just keep their thoughts on the subject to themselves, because you already have all the answers.

     

     If only that were so.   "usual thinking"  was never identified.

     

      Perception needs to be distinguished from Conception.

     

        Sincerely, it is sometimes better to adopt  a traditional argument,  and  offer it analysis, rather than try to Reinvent---The---Wheel.   Traditional Arguments are often  detailed,  specific, and well justified in some context.---Warm Regards,  Bruce

     

     

     

    Hello tomasz0612

     

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    'Carpe diem' or analitycal mind?

    Which philosophy of life is more adapted to modern times?
    It's not a trivial task, but I'll try to collate both sides.

    Being dreamer gives much joy than usual thinking. We aren't forced to think about tomorrow or things which can happen in the near future. This philosophy can be perceived like a cage which protects us from all remorse or weaknesses from the past. In some extent, that would be a life without any plan. On the other hand, all occurrences can't be destructive for mind.

    Being well-planned all the time has also own advantages. There's no chance that we forget about something or any part of life won't go in accordance to the plan. What's more, every problem will be solved regardless of time or attempts. This thinking could also a little deceptive. We can overprotect ourselves and make difficult to explore the inside. Also people with this philosophy have a prejudice to take too many problems at the same time.

    So, what's the answer? Honestly, there's no answer. The perfect solution is an equilibrium between both behaviours. That's the only way which insures us a harmony and calmness in a life.

     

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     The grammar is adequate, but the logic necessary to actual philosophy  needs work.

     

      For example: #1 'Carpe diem' or analitycal mind?  This was not established as an existing dichotomy.

     

             #2 So, what's the answer? Honestly, there's no answer.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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