Monday, October 17, 2011

Leaps and Bounds

I have developed a theory about personal growth and creative growth and even academic growth... If I were a parha likha person I would call this the Grand Growth Theory of Humanity or GGTH (pronounced gdth) for short...

The theory is simple. Growth is like compressions and rare fractions of waves. A growth spurt is a compression where the person feels the weight of the world or their parents or friends or bosses or bfs/gfs or their selves on their shoulders... and the walls are crushing in on them. Once however the growth spurt is complete, the weight vanishes. This is the time when they are in the rare fraction part of the growth... here there are no pressures and it feels like an achievement done. This rare fraction part however is also empty void and cold, and it feels like the end... like there is nothing after it. No matter with how much force you have left the compression, no will not be able to move forward in the rare fraction with that force, cause its dead. However, if one has the will and the want of growing, they will be able to get near enough the compression to be able to access it if they want. While will is enough to move you from the rare fraction to the next compression, it is not enough to enter the next compression. To enter the next compression you need action, words alone never work at this stage. Once you enter the next compression the cycle begins again.

This is what a compression looks like: ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||
This is what a rare fraction looks like: ||                                                  ||

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