What Is Your Philosophy?

Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. [1][2] It is distinguished from other ways of addressing such problems by its critical, generally systematic approach and its reliance on rational argument.[3] The word “philosophy” comes from the Greek φιλοσοφία (philosophia), which literally means “love of wisdom”.

Philosophy may also refer to:

  • One’s “philosophy of life” is philosophy in the more informal sense. It is used to indicate an attitude to life or way or principle of living whose focus is on resolving the most basic existential questions about the human condition

Source: Wikipedia

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This Tuesday Newsday installment begins at the crack of dawn at 5:22 am following the Independence Day and weekend festivities moving forward into the meat of the Summer of 2011.

This subject of discussion was inspired by a keen observation of the social media website Facebook in which I recalled that I may be one of a rare few individuals who actually reads what individuals list under the section known as philosophy in the information link of each profile which states an individuals religious, political, and personal views along with favorite quotations and although we all may to a certain extent bypass this data in pursuit of what is conveniently displayed on the surface, I will be as bold to say that on small shift in the area of focus to a greater investment in this area of philosophy listed on each profile will most assuredly lead to the more satisfactory results that grow more and more elusive as time progresses.

In closing, history will reflect that the Independence Day holiday came about through a Declaration of Independence, which came about as a result of a fully developed outlook and stance on matters in regards to how the authors of the document and philosophy believed things should be, resulting in what is currently known as the U.S.A.

For those who may find this notion requiring too much brain power, please refer to the insightful edutainment video listed below, which will assist in showing and telling how simple it may very well be to develop and stregthen your own philosophy.

A different perspective to consider.