Humbleness and Chaos

On Humbleness and Chaos

Humbleness:

Humbleness enables a relevant and focused action which has no need of external applause.

It is based on equality, tolerance and patience.

Equality tolerance and patience are practiced by means of external activity, self-reflexing psychological activity and a maximal awakened spirit to grasp the process of things while evolving.

Thus consciousness continuously acquires more abilities and renews its creative potential and vivacity.

Chaos:

Chaos is an automatic reaction to results which bring forth applause.

It is based on force, control and coercion.

Force, control and coercion are natural psychological by-products of a territorial compulsive instinct.

This type of instinct tends to retain the seemingly present existent out of a deep anxiety to lose control.

Thus, Chaos avoids any hope of renewal and perpetuates a no way out static situation and fruitlessness.

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About Dr. Dorit Kedar

Forced to continuously change nations, cultures and schooling - I had to develop a wider sense of communication, a way of thinking-feeling-behaving which stresses the common denominators. The need to adapt new landscapes and land-souls has taught instinctive means to overcome separatism, prejudices, dogmatic beliefs and suspicions. While looking for the common gathering denominators, I have also increased the ability of perception and individuation. Being constantly in estranged places has triggered psychological processes to turn the unfamiliar into familiar. As an art critic in the Israeli press, a curator, a writer - have always dealt with the otherness, the different and the infinite variety of the Existent. My Book of Peace is the result.
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