Value Positivism

Published this on the wrong site. wanted to place it on From Guestwriters. Now having it placed here, after I tried it twice to reblog it on From Guestwriters, which I did not succeed, I perhaps leave it hear, because it is something we all should try to foster: Positiveness.

All of us find we do have different tracks in our life. Some occasions we would not have liked to have encountered or seen in our life, but others we look forward to follow.

Good or bad experiences, form all we have to learn and continue to build up our own life. Best is others not having us pulling down, even when they try or would like to see us fall. Nobody in this world is perfect. We only can try to do our best and to make the best of it.

We all should know that in the end man can do nothing to us and we all shall end up in the same earth, the tomb. But for those who direct their eyes on the Right One there is always hope. In bad and good days He shall be willing to be with them and to guide them on the right track, leading up to the small gate. It is up to us to make sure we shall be able to enter it. We do have to spread the enthusiasm and the hope for better times, proclaim the Good News and live the good faith.

Let us not only value the positive news we all have in front of us, but also be positive and get other see the positiveness which is lying in front of them.

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Let us face the challenges of humanity

Believe in the Super Natural Power that resides deep within the self

Plan your future. Do good and get good results.

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Additional reading:

  1. Not holding back and getting out of darkness
  2. Searching for fulfillment and meaning through own efforts, facing unsatisfaction and depression
  3. From pain to purpose
  4. Running away from the past
  5. Never too late to start going to the right end
  6. Grave, tomb, sepulchre – graf, begraafplaats, rustplaats, sepulcrum
  7. Gospel = Good tidings, good news, a good message
  8. We all have to have dreams
  9. On Positivism
  10. Spark of Positivism
  11. Cosmina Craciunescu looks on Positivism
  12. See the conquest and believe that we can gain the victory

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  • Positivism and The Quantity Theory of Money (syesworldview.wordpress.com)
    I believe that within this world we are forced into boxes and categories, believing we should act and behave within certain parameters and fit into models created on previous action. I posit that this is not the case, that we are human beings with souls and we can act in an infinite number of ways on a finite timeline, not in a finite number of ways on an infinite timeline. Positivism has no place in a free thinking and flowing world but one entrenched in a blockaded and statist world.
  • Wilhelm Röpke: Positivism and scientism are among the great diseases of the modern mind (lifeondoverbeach.wordpress.com)
    “scientism” . . . . has today become a world religion to which Christian as well as Mohammedan, Buddhist and Atheist have devoted themselves with equal enthusiasm.
  • Leiter on Legal Positivism (lsolum.typepad.com)
    Why is legal positivism the dominant view among legal philosophers? The address begins with a somewhat lengthy methodological preamble, offering reasons to resist the extravagant metaphysical inflation of the purported theoretical virtues of positivism in some recent jurisprudential writing by Dickson and Shapiro, among others. Artifacts do not have essential attributes, not even functional ones. (Leslie Green’s partial resistance to my metaphysical deflation in his recent “The Morality in Law” is shown to depend on some confusions about the status of the claim that law is an artifact.) I then suggest that legal positivism has three theoretical virtues counting in its favor.
  • Positiv People.com (wolfgangriebe.wordpress.com)
    I have a campaign to bring Free motivation to the world.
  • Hello?!? Not All Forecasters Are Strict Positivists (daggre.org)
    DTChimp takes on some persistent misconceptions about forecasting. Jay diagnoses the problem as belief that forecasting implies positivism or belief in universal laws. He thinks not. His first argument is that forecasters are not determinists, because many of us — all of us in the ACE circles — are using probabilistic forecasts, explicitly acknowledging there is a lot we don’t know. This is worth saying because I think many objections to forecasting do in fact revolve around determinism, but it doesn’t address what Jay calls positivism — the belief in fundamental universal laws.
  • Our success in our hand. (bkanil.wordpress.com)
    >If we can manage to do every thing with accuracy, attention, adjustment, belief, courage, cooperation, commitment, creativity, determination, devotion, discipline, egoless, emotional, enthusiasm, freedom, faith, forgiveness, greatness, hope, honesty, intimacy, intigrity, initiative, inspiration, justice, kindness, knowledgefull, leadership, lovefull, lawfull, learning, meaningfull, optimistic, openness, purity, peace, power, positivism, patience, perfection, quality, respect, responsible, simple, sensible, servicable, secrifice, truth, tolerance, temperament, unity, understanding, vision, values, willingness & attitude of gratitude then we can achieve highest level of success in life.
  • You Matter (shgitika.wordpress.com)
    No matter who you are, what you look like or what you do there will always be someone who won’t approve of you. There will always be a person sometimes may be right behind your back stabbing you for the million good things you did for him. Even more, he might be behind the trigger for whom you think of standing the bullet. That’s how it is! Not everybody is going to like you for whatever you do. And that’s okay, you can’t help it. Don’t take it to your heart, don’t let what others think set your boundaries.
  • The Practice of Philosophy and Modes of Knowing: Hart’s Rejoinder to Zuidervaart? (deandettloff.wordpress.com)
    At the turn of the twentieth-century, philosophy limped forward after the roller coaster that was the nineteenth-century. Producing the heyday of Idealism, positivism, and hermeneutics in its early half, it found itself rocked by the insights of its best pupils. In continental philosophy, the impact of Idealism was already being supplanted with the trickery of Kierkegaard and the barbs of Nietzsche and transformed through the materialism of Marx. Though analytic thought took longer as it championed positivism, Wittgenstein, the movement’s golden child, proclaimed to have solved all of philosophy’s problems only to spend the rest of his life overturning the source of the problems entirely. It is no wonder, then, that movements like phenomenology, existentialism, and common sense philosophy were born, attempting to find out what philosophy was supposed to be up to. It is interesting to note that it is in this context that Reformational philosophy was born, and in this context of questions and ambiguity surrounding the nature of philosophy that Dirk Vollenhoven and Herman Dooyeweerd would champion a completely new ontology and philosophical posture with great confidence.
  • Social Constructivism and Positivism in the Context of International Relations (ccosmina9102.wordpress.com)
    Positivist theories aim to replicate several methods of the natural sciences by analyzing the impact of the material forces. They typically focus on features of international relations relating to state interactions and balances of power. The positivist theories will offer causal explanations. Among the positivist theories we may take into consideration Realism , and its founding fathers are Machiavelli , Thucydides , and Hobbes , often cited as founding fathers of realism by contemporary described realists.
  • Put Positivism to Work (blogs.harvardbusiness.org)
    Positivism is an orientation toward what you can do rather than what you cannot do. In management, positivism is more than attitude; it is initiative. For example, a front-line employee cannot control corporate cash flow, but can control the effort she puts into her job. This sense of control stimulates more positive feelings because the individual can influence outcomes. So how can a manager encourage feelings of positivism? Here are three ways:
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About Marcus Ampe

Retired dancer, choreographer, choreologist Founder of the Dance impresario office and archive: Danscontact-Dansarchief plus the Association for Bible scholars, the Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" and "From Guestwriters" and creator of the site "Messiah for all". - Gepensioneerd danser, choreograaf, choreoloog. Stichter van Danscontact-Dansarchief plus van de Vereniging voor Bijbelvorsers, de Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" en "From Guestwriters" en maker van de site "Messiah for all".
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