• Understanding Human Condition Discussion of Inspirational Thoughts and Writings

    Posted by Right 360 on March 20, 2023 at 1:29 pm

    Humans have relied on motivation and inspiration from great philosophers, poets, scientists, orators, and great teachers to overcome life challenges. These writings have left impacts for generations.
    For most people, especially in the United States and the West, the Bible is the ultimate book of inspiration that has motivated billions of people for thousands of years.
    For example, Psalms 23 in the Bible is one of the most cited verses assuring people of God’s protection in the face of adversity.
    In the political realm, speeches by former leaders such as former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) and British Prime Minister Sir. Winston Churchill (1940 -1945, 1951-1955) reminds us to uphold our values and fight for our personal freedoms.
    Churchill’s “We shall fight on the beaches” speech in the House of Commons on June 4, 1940, exemplifies why we should not give up despite facing impossible odds. It teaches us the importance of resilience and determination to overcome life’s challenges.
    Lincoln’s speech is especially important to the modern society that takes freedom for granted and promotes the culture of entitlement and perpetual victim-hood.
    Similarly, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address was a monumental speech reiterating the importance of remembering our heroes whose sacrifices gave us the freedom we take for granted.
    In the philosophical realm, Plato and Aristotle helped inspire a generation of thinkers who taught us important life lessons such as self-control and critical thinking.
    For example, Plato’s allegory of the cave teaches us to develop a different perspective and question what we see.
    This idea resonates well with the modern world, where perceptions are more important than reality, and disinformation is a powerful tool.
    Similarly, Aristotle also teaches us the importance of moderation in the Golden Mean.
    Various literary giants have also produced inspirational works of fiction that have entertained, educated, and inspired readers throughout history.
    For example, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Tragedy of Macbeth, give readers powerful insights into the human condition while keeping them entertained.
    Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes also produced poetry pieces that have inspired millions of struggling people worldwide for generations.
    History has produced timeless writings from all perspectives that will continue inspiring readers for generations. These inspirational pieces exist in all realms of life, from religion, philosophy, politics, and literature. These writings remind us of the power that visionary ideas

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