noun, plural eÂ·gos.
1. the â€œIâ€ or self of any person; a person as thinking, feeling, and willing, and distinguishing itself from the selves of others and from objects of its thought.
2. Psychoanalysis . the part of the psychic apparatus that experiences and reacts to the outside world and thus mediates between the primitive drives of the id and the demands of the social and physical environment.
3. egotism; conceit; self-importance: Her ego becomes more unbearable each day.
4. self-esteem or self-image; feelings: Your criticism wounded his ego.
5. ( often initial capital letter ) Philosophy .
a. the enduring and conscious element that knows experience.
b. Scholasticism . the complete person comprising both body and soul.
1. a compelling need or desire for food.
2. the painful sensation or state of weakness caused by the need of food: to collapse from hunger.
3. a shortage of food; famine.
4. a strong or compelling desire or craving: hunger for power.
verb (used without object)
5. to feel hunger; be hungry.
6. to have a strong desire.
Wellness, we can start off on the bright side by stating that yes, there is in fact a TV and Book series called Hungry Girl which offers tips and tricks for hungry chicks,Â proving that the author has been completely honest with herself about the current state of affairs and sought to provide a solution that works for herself and subsequently serves others.
It, in my opinion, is not to be taken as a laughing matter as hunger and famine are matters of survival for groups and species alike, and while Hungry Girl is specifically addressing the topic of actual food in the biological sense and offering nutrition advice, it works the same in regards to ego as both forms of hungerÂ result in a dependence on outside sources for satisfaction and fulfilment, which in many ways reflects the roots of capitalism itself (supply and demand)Â with a primary example being the heavy U.S. dependenceon foreign oil and other usefulÂ resources.
Famine = Waiting To Be Served With Some Social Media Comments And "LIKES"
In closing, in the nameÂ of globalÂ economic solutions, lets see if we can get to the top of the matter as it would show that individuals and theirÂ feeling of importance or lack thereof being satisfiedÂ comes at the expenseÂ of time andÂ energy ofÂ others who may very well have this same demand for a feeling of importance, similar to howÂ individuals in need of $20 dollars would be thenÂ sharing their need for $20 dollars with each other, which would then only increase the need for $20 dollars or moreÂ and number of individuals in need.
A different “Hunger Games”perspective to consider as the world will be watching.