“I did it My Way” and now I do it Another Way”
Frank Sinatra and his big hit can in many ways have a bearing on everything we do consciously in life’s many phases. Just recognition of reality’s life and the connection to the unconscious but important mind will often cause a form of status and we can take a break in the evaluation’s thinking …… but the past cannot be changed, why it is only a question of our ability to accept ourselves as we were and are. The process continues and it is possible to transform smaller areas such as habits, customs, beliefs and more, but the inner core will remain as it is – Your very own private sanctuary.
The question will be whether we can agree on anything in this world. Well, we have two main players in our complex body and mind – the right and left hemispheres, respectively, the logical and creative, each of which affects our thinking and patterns of everyday life. The logical thinking is actually very straightforward – we can measure, weigh, count and everything else we have learned of mathematical concepts and logical management of financial and geographical borders.
The creative thinking and execution is quite another matter – The range is great and without limits and include many different shades ranging from the crafty, intellectual, mystical, selfish and incomprehensible logic of rhetorical and captivating speeches or poems which can be a tough nut to understand for many people. Logic and creativity do not actually have many common roots, since the logic is cultivated through learning while creativity is pure spontaneous and rooted in man’s own core.
What are we doing today – Well, we live in a world of treats society where the scheming profiteers offer any treatments right from the offer of a new life, healing of pain, depression and sex drive and for the entire repertoire of luxury changes with facial lift entries and cosmetic treatments.
And so it has been ever since the first intelligence began working in the anthropogenic portion of the head. The body may have been degenerated over the years, but consciousness has expanded considerably but in different directions and considerations. Perhaps it has been planned from the beginning of life on earth, that diversity was part of the “project world” – and a united and homogeneous population all over the world can be just as dangerous as an atomic bomb and just a single deviation from the consensus and unity can trigger a domino effect of unimaginable dimensions.
So I am on safe ground when people like Frank Sinatra is singing “I did it my way” with the understanding that everyone has the freedom to do it their way no matter how big the difference is between people’s perception and ability to be creative or logical thinking.
Enjoy “I did it my way and now another way” …..
Kurt Lykke Lindved
Culture and Development, UN