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人生、好きな気持ちが最強―かつ心穏やかに

人生、好きな気持ちが最強―かつ心穏やかに


There seem to be two types of examinations out there: (1) those that assume specified answers―usually one for each question, and (2) those that do not presuppose particular answers and instead require the examinees to pursue and figure out appropriate “answers” by themselves. With type (1), similar to those you might encounter on an entertaining TV quiz show, you are safe and guaranteed in that you would never be given a question to which multiple or null answers are assumed. This type is designed so as not for you to experience a possible waste of time, as it were. With type (2), on the other hand, you are allowed and expected to give your answer, perhaps even multiple answers, on your responsibility. The latter type could resemble and offer preparation for real-life issues you might face and encounter in the future.

Considering that in life, we often face problems we do not know how to solve or even do not know whether an answer ever exists, don’t type (1) examination systems alone deprive people of the spirit of challenge? Indeed, those familiar with type (1) are seemingly less likely to make mistakes in life in the short run, but would it be a preferable way of living their lives in the long run? Instead, could they make it hard all the more to find answers in real life?

On the other hand, those who take on issues for which they do not know whether an answer exists but still try to find their solutions seem to be the ones most likely to become successful in the long run.

Well, I don’t think there is only one form of success. I presume we all have different aptitudes, advantages, and ideal futures. But for me, success, a perfect future, would come down to liking something challenging and entailing the most potent force (and simultaneously being in a relaxed state).

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