[ᴣ(ǝ)/ʃãt]. After being well contented with the dormant “e” at the end of “chante” I wish to experience the root “chanter/enchanter” in this soft echoed essay. Chanting is not only for lovely and happy birds as it is also the case with flying. Everything including human may wish also to chant and fly like lovely birds explicitly do. Some times when one feels happy and even very lucky a feeling of peace and enchantment is compared to flying, i.e. to fly of happiness. At least once in a whole life time somebody might have felt like that. Things that do not have suitable prerequisites to sensibly fly like wings, do fly and experience flying in their inside by a wish, a tendency and again in their thoughts and dreams.
In this way, we humans fly too. Singing may be a means to experience flying and release. Chanting is a feeling and sincerity in which the tones and sound quality come only last. Chanting is a motive to experience flying and show a positive thing to relieve a pain or to cheer up. A singing human can be compared to a nightingale only when the song is full of charm and honesty, and when words and tones are well aligned to passion and goodness. A thing that is chanting and enchanting is one reflecting care and regard. Here, a song is not simply heard or echoed but even more perceived by all senses; the obvious and the secret.
Will you fly with us? – A nice placard at the door of a travel office. The concept of flying would generalize from just a wonderful fly trip on a comfortable board for a few hours having amazing sights of the round earth and ever vanishing houses and landmarks, hugging the white clouds and sliding on wind turbulences to a life concept and personal attitude of passion, goodness and charity. This is a chanting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sparkling in the dark is a white hair,
Charming with brightness here and there,
Like a note of honor and shine of mercy;
A gift that gave time with flair.
The calm sea of peaceful treasure,
Wonderful and wealthy at every measure.
Notable for cheer and surprise,
Decent and wise.
Sparkling lovely is a white hair;
That the dark and light seen together.
The doubt then flew in despair,
But hope remains lively forever.
A religion is sometimes thought of as a sum of rituals and believes with varying impact on the running of daily life. According to religious provisions one may select from a wide panel of life trends including marriage, outlook, interests, values and food. The presetting of a magnificent Creator and supra-human will is also sometimes a great concern of religious belief. As a mere kind of inspiration, religion may not surpass being an idea that long tackled the human intellect and spirit.
Being “religious” on such definition may denote a sort of discipline and order. It may entail also a given appreciable standard of good values, morals, passion and reasoning. A religion could be an adoption of respect and creative attitude to restrain a natural tendency to shallowness and recession. Remedies, free time, jobbing, social life, beautiful surrounding and healthy food are basic life-issues that may be influenced by religious believes.
In this vision, religion is not a mere set of obligations and restrictions but more a system that cares about and ensures an effective and harmonized performance and proper out-shaping of human needs and capabilities. Indeed, religion is concerned with perception, science and justice. Science can be an approach to justify a given religious belief that in turn encourages scientfic perception of life in the best proved human experience. Justice, on the other hand, is the almost indispensible common factor in a religion that praises peace, forgiveness and perfection.
Reading texts is one of the most joyful skills of humans. The pleasure and engagement that one has on reading a text depend on some factors, among which are the interest in the topic, the fineness of the language, the accepted logic and the style of the writer. The more the reader is aware of such factors the greater his/her joy or inconvenience is. In this respect plays reading of well written texts an important role in fulfilling this high humanistic skill and establishing a good industry of writing.
Written texts, even those of pure scientific purpose, contain much superfluous words and phrases that are put inevitably by the writer to confer a sort of subjectivity to the text like a fingerprint. Accordingly, reducing the size of the text would be sometimes necessary and courageous task to save much time in picking pearls of knowledge from the terribly tangled jungles of talented and attractive writers, even if sometimes this text reduction be on the expense of the magnificent writing style.
Formulating reading and designing of learning maps are the concern of not only students who have to go through hundreds or thousands of papers to pass a graduation exam or to present a seminar, but also everybody who would communicate with written texts and who wishes to adapt to a typical literate society and culture.
Life is a performance of naturally self recognizing elements in a wonderful harmony. Life could be defined as just Energy in a sense pattern. Tones and letters are therefore an aspect of our life. The perception of life or in other words life phenomena is very relative and varies even in the same creature from one moment to another, what points so finely to the belief in a perfect Creator to Whom all completeness and wisdom should be attributed. Frankly stands man on the top of all worldly creatures.
Man is by nature far from perfection and completeness. Anyhow, humans along their history showed fondness of refining their life style through better perception and interpretation of life to which they belong. They brought every scale into light in both matter and moral fields. Would we connect between human transparency and life perception? For the first look, me would answer ‘Yes’. Transparency in physics means the ability to see objects through a defined material like glass for example. It means in the human common sense the feature of being honest and faithful. My answer may be supported by the fact that very few scholars make our human knowledge what correlates well to the scanty share of transparency in our daily life.
Incredibly knowing that literal formation doesn’t necessarily confer transparency and that illiteracy may be more likely to preserve it. This is simply because scholastic achievements may not care of one’s transparency. An illiterate may have the chance to perceive life through an enlightened mind per se. How should we as life researchers bring more transparency into our handled data? Shall we pay attention to one’s mood and emotional state? Shall we tell about the personal or private challenges and inter-individual conflicts? Shall we change our scientific language in a way that makes all possible human shortage allowed and makes way to one’s feelings and instincts to try a certain scientific tool?
Transparency is an abstract that should fulfill everyone’s need!