lesson. Thursday , November 16th , 2017 - 00:54:20 AM
The notion of being independent and the notion of being solitary - two powerful concepts. What do they really communicate if taken to an extreme definition? Some extrapolation: In a way that cannot be captured in terms as we know them, we are, in some definitive sense - utterly alone - not alone - paradoxically both. This perhaps would indicate a depth of meaning for each one, unseparable from the others, that is cosmic in scope, with a relevancy that is important to examine.That is: The proposition that the spiritual force that is primordially the individual is soley responsible for, and in some way generating, - everything it experiences. It is "alone." In contradiction, we are together - alluding to the ultimate conclusion that everything is together. Going further, everything is one thing or part of the same thing, which is, well, the same thing. So, where would this leave us? Perhaps, partly, with the lesson that the mystery of being both concretely connected and separate is a dynamic, transcendant balance. The fact of our uniqueness and the fact of our togetherness must be blended into one motion. This, in theory, could empower the individual with an operating perspective that more closely reflects the truth of what is going on beneath the surface - than the conclusion of an unattached, fragmented world and universe. You are alone. You are not alone.
For many the experience of having their heart broken causes them to build an emotional wall that is impenetrable by any man and the experience of having their heart broken once scars them forever.
Students understand that Statistics is useful for providing information about population through examining a sample of population. Examples like prediction of the winner of an election in a school through survey data (which are randomly sampled) could make the concept clear in student minds. stembite provides presentations for this topic.
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