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Allowing the horizon line to be cloudless assists big thinking. It is with optimism that consideration for the outer world breaks through our earth-bound limitations and nothing can hinder the projects you desire to undertake. Feelings and opinions are tinted with idealism. The need to isolate the self for a short while is prevalent so one can think, meditate, and perhaps, find the answers to philosophical questions otherwise hidden from the self by collective-thought-clutter or universal-mind-junk. Traveling to another world in the comfort of your favorite seat in the house could be an official ticket into the paradise of a peaceful heart and mind each of us deserves. In philosophy, idealism is the group of philosophies which assert that reality, or reality as we can know it, fundamentally mental, mentally constructed, or otherwise immaterial. What are your ideals? What does your imagination dream of? Ideals are particularly important in ethics, as the order in which one places them tends to determine the degree to which one reveals them as real and sincere. Reveal your imagination to yourself, embrace the ideals that will bring you the closest to your goals. Commission a list of ten personal ideals that you would like to achieve by the end of the year. Which 5 do you value the most? Of those 5 which 2 do you find it challenging to live without? Is one more important than the other? If you can narrow down your ideals in this manner, you have found the key to achieving a realistic goal, and achieving your ideal.

The Terry Tree
Sources | Wikipedia | Astrotheme

Painting | Oil | Certain Uncertainties | Christian Vincent

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