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Health and its criteria

Health with its two components, bodily and spiritual health, can be regarded as a balance between natural health provisions and the changing environmental conditions.

Health criteria are:

1) Bodily energy, and this appears in bodily performance.

‏2) Positive mood, and this appears as optimism and radiation of joy.

‏3) Contentment.

‏4) Vision into future.

‏5) Social engagement.

‏6) Success at the personal and family level.

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Personality as 4-element outcome

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The human behaviour is the explicit translation of 4 interacting essential components: 1) the intellect (intelligence), 2) the spirit (soul, psyche), 3) the morals (moral values, faith), and 4) the sense (emotion, passion, compassion).

These components behave like individual constituents of a homogenous mix made of either 2 or more of them.

The beauty in this model is that the characters of the person can be viewed as intersection zones between 2 or more of these essential components of personality. This demonstration can effectively help define the meant component(s) by some personality strength/defect with possible plan suggestions for maintenance/change in that personality characteristic.
1- Forgiveness and amnesty are where “intellect” and “spirit” intersect.
2- Generosity and nobility are where “spirit” and “morals” intersect.
3- Modesty and sanctity are where “morals” and “sense” intersect.
4- Decentness and patience are where “sense” and “intellect” intersect.
5- Discipline and order are where “intellect”, “spirit” and “sense” intersect.
6- Self-confidence and charisma are where “intellect”, “spirit” and “morals” intersect.
7- Endeavour and accomplishment are where “spirit”, “morals” and “sense” intersect.
8- Precision and perfection are where “morals”, “sense” and “intellect” intersect.
9- Success is where all 4 components (intellect, spirit, morals and sense) intersect.

The treatment of any personality case is made possible by having a clear view about its origins and conditions. For example, in case of obsessive-compulsive disorder the meant component can be the sense (emotion and faithfulness). The counterbalance of these flooding emotions should be the intellect (reason); so, the treatment would be: 1) defining the emotions as the origin, and 2) defining the intellect as the counterbalance.

Persons with weak personality are of either weak intellect (or little experience) and cannot readily understand their environment, or very sensitive and emotional, while they do not make the best use of their intellect to properly invest their emotions.

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Characters, colours and musical chairs

Characters, colours and musical chairs

Human characters are so many that they may not be readily remembered at one time. Some characters are related to others while one character may have several synonyms. Colours sometimes may be used metaphorically to describe human characters. The white colour usually reminds of goodness, the violet can call for self-esteem, and so on. That arbitrarily resemblance between colours and characters would rationalize for possible ‘basic characters’ in analogy to the basic colours. In physics, Newton showed that the white light can be refracted by a prism to yield seven colours, and we may too imagine that one character may be made of some other characters.

The 8-digit character classification system
The human, like any other creature, should be provided by default character set that is needed and necessary for his survival in this world. These could be regarded as the basic (preliminary) characters: fear (white); short handiness (brown); denial (grey); self-esteem (violet); disorder (yellow); self-centredness (orange); individuality (light brown); and Inquisitiveness (green). These characters are suitable for every human from the time of birth till the early childhood when it is not expected that the opposite of those characters might have to come up. Gradually by time, a human would feel the importance and need for other characters that would help him to adapt and opt in a community life with new experiences and challenges. In fact, the preliminary characters will not be totally replaced by their opposite or by other more negative ones, but a sort of balance between basic and positive secondary characters would be realized; e.g. fear/safety.

In that 8-digit human character system there will be two extreme character sets (basic and ultimate) with two transitional character sets in between (first- and second order) as shown in the following table.

characters table

General remarks:
The basic characters are simple, i.e. each one cannot be broken down to simpler ones.
The transitional 1. order characters are made of a combination of basic characters (+4; +/-4):
Example:
coward: fearful (yes); shorthanded (yes); denying (yes); self-esteemed (possible); disordered (possible); self-centred (yes); individual-opted (possible); inquisitive (possible).
The transitional 2. order characters are made of a combination of transitional 1. order characters:
Example:
liar: coward (yes); lazy (possible); going astray (yes); arrogant (possible); prosaic (possible); thankless (yes); absolute (yes); obtrusive (possible).
The good and bad characters are continuously either gained or lost, strengthened or weakened.
Human characters can be a matter of induction, reviving or encouragement.
A character may have derivative or related characters; e.g. obsession may be derivative of fear.
The characters can be influenced by intelligence, perception and emotions (e.g. love and hatred).
There could be an emotion conditional memory (character programming) that would take part in exhibiting or hindering certain character.

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The human error codes

human error codes

In analogy to the computer error messages human common (innocent) conduct errors may be coded. This may help one to note his/her conduct errors so that it may help avoid them by time. It is to be noted that the mentioned errors don’t explicitly include faults like some bad morals or habits, e.g. egoism or selfishness, as those may need other tools for their cure.

Category Code Error Remarks
1 Sleep and work (6) 100 Sleep time and place

This category concerns physical health and productivity. Work charity means helping colleagues and others in their needs.

110 Work time plan
111 Physical activity time plan
112 Less tolerated work/activity
113 Work reward balance
114 Work charity
2 Budget (5) 200 Global budget scheme

Here the financial status is analyzed. One should also care about help from others (external reserve). Money charity is to help others too.

210  Global order; Note stuff (paper shreds)
220 money/time internal reserve
221 External reserve
222 Money charity
3 Food and drink (2) 300 Food and drink This is about healthy eating and toilet habits.
310 Toilet and humanitarian needs
4 Hygiene and outlook (3) 400 Internal hygiene Physical hygiene: personal, look and objects.
410 External hygiene
420 Place hygiene
5 Taking notes (1) 500 Taking notes A written note/registry.
6 Thinking and views (8) 600 Age concept

Here are 8 points in one’s way of thinking and self-management.

610 Negative memories (past)
620 Perspectives (future)
621 Illusive goals
622 Illusive challenges
630 Self-image
631 personal advancement
634 matter-spirit balance
7 Morals (4) 700 Patience Reaction-ability means to take an appropriate and adequate response in time.
710 Courage
720 Self-containment
730  Reaction-ability
8 People (7) 800 Tolerance Be tolerant as much as you can. Don’t judge anybody. Keep your expectations law. Don’t idealize. Learn to appreciate and express yourself unambiguously. Let others know your good sounding, e.g. smile.
810 Judgment
820 Awaiting of good
830 Idealization (persons, acts)
831 Appreciation (persons, acts)
840 Clarity
850 Sounding (affection)
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Making relationship in 8 steps

Are you married or in a relationship? In either case I would like to review with you the steps in making that accomplishment.

1) The encounter, 2) the initial impression, 3) the interest, 4) the decision, 5) the clang, 6) the definite impression, 7) the start and 8) the progression

1 At the encounter step you see the person for the first time and this commonly happens by chance or pre-noted by somebody.

2 Automatically you have a first impression about that person like: no impression at all, weak good impression, good positive impression, very good or negative.

3 Then interest may come or not. The interest step means that you saw or learned something that makes you sympathizing with that person. This interest is quite personal and concerns the values and views of you like abstract meanings (courage, passion, generosity, delicacy, fear, weakness, etc.). You feel that you may help this person in some way or that person may fill a gap or fulfill a mercy in you.

4 The decision means the question whether to dare it or not; would I tell that person that I would like to know more personally of him/ her? This is indeed a very difficult and delicate step. On making this decision many things interact like time, conditions, place, duties and personal resolution. However, this step should not be that overwhelming, though very sensitive, because it is only halfway of the route; there are still 4 steps ahead. To know if you got the interest of that person try to know the reason and define and analyze that point of interest. A true interest is the one that makes up a genuine component of you so that you like that person with all his/ her problems and drops (deficiencies).

5 The clang!!!!! How your decision presented and what were its repercussions? Sometimes just on making your decision clear you feel that you were wrong and rushed!! The person may also react in appropriately being embarrassed, surprised, shocked or whatever. The clang means if you could go to the next step. The step of that clang is important because it lasts long and may not be overlooked easily. This is why you should be very clever in choosing the way and time to present your decision. In this step I guess that being a bit slow and reluctant may be better than rushing and answer-ready. However, do not forget there are still 3 important steps, it is not done yet. Notice: A first-trial clang may not be that usual!!

6 The definite impression would happen after more frequent rendezvous (of course in the acceptable and approved circumstances such as family visits, public places, coffee breaks, public parties and gatherings, …). While the person is knowingly dealing in this definite impression step you expect to take everything seriously as there could be only 2 steps ahead for your relationship.

7 The start step means you both agreed to start a serious relationship with all its flowers and thorns. You start to set time, arrangements, documents, invitations, announcements, and so on.

8 The progression concerns the longevity of your relationship; fruitfulness, impact and prospects.

Footnotes:

1 A relationship is a relationship. Should you miss some person you liked in a relationship you once thought, more importantly do not miss that person in a relation they may once thought.

2 Learn of your previous genuine faults and deficiencies to bring once your genuine creations and accomplishments.

3 There is always time (never too late) on your believe and vision. Make it from your side and you will be mutually responded.

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Life and medicine, reflections

life and medicine, reflections

The common divisor for life and medicine is that they are both ‘easy’.

The problem exists only when we make things complicated while they should not be so. But, on the contrary, a smooth and self-assembled and harmonized cascade of success should be there when we manage – even after quite long time – to lay such noise and artifact aside. You could be a famous and impactful physician because you show the readiness and willingness (sometimes fondness and passion); notice that many people do not show any of that all.

Do not be taken too far by those thick medical books full of ink and texts. These could be written by more than one person and/ or over long times, could be useful and interesting, or they may not contain an answer for your past, present or future curiosity and questions. You are, in every case, not meant to read every paper you find or to understand each word you may have ever heard – though it would be great if you were to do that –. Because, going from the easiness of medicine, you should (or very politely: must) stick to the basics of medicine (or life). This can be the line of demarcation between a trustful and artful physician and those who either dampen in their hesitancy or float in illusions of details and thoroughness: the true basics and ethics.

You deserved it because you knew it in advance; you got its essence and made it in the centre of your consciousness. What, when, why, how and where? It is (or should be) more easy than anyone can believe. As a physician you don’t fix machines but peoples’ health and life, you do not sell books or household goods but convey knowledge and culture, you do not stamp money or create gold but help everybody better appreciate their life and life as a whole.

A physician is a person who goes in life brilliantly and successfully in the best possible satisfaction through the honest practicing of medicine.