Sunday, March 12, 2017

Pressure and moral

Selfishness-based moral means that one can behave morally even under pressure, if the group pressuring is selfish and listens to real rationality. About this type of moral see http://paratiisiteoria.blogspot.fi/2013/09/paratiisissa-on-kaarme.html under the Finnish text an English quotation from my book, and my book there at the first text of the blog by the link.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Big things and safety

If one would not know how to handle things, very many jobs would appear impossible. For example shops handling money, or a bank, or positions of fame or politics, etc. But as they are largely professions, they take things piece by piece small enough that they can handle them well. And the civilized wisdom of the rest of the society helps them in that.
I do not know how these professions handle things, but based on my experience of writing to the internet, I would say that it isn't just writing, and it isn't just knowing, but it is something which has influence if it is good quality and otherwise it drops away in competition. Like if you have a good bank or a lousy one, so which one gets the money fromordinary customers. So you get position according to your skills, or you drown in a mess if you try to take somebody else's position. When you have enough skill for the task at hand, things look quite ordinary in your eyes and often there isn't such a great variety of options but just some things to taker care of with your good quality skills. As we age, if we all the time try to learn about life, we learn more sides of each things we are interested in, learning across the years to solve things we first failed in. So a more skilled one often can solve problems that others fail in. So it matters a lot to hire just the workers who have lots of skills and a sincere interest in the area.
If some things are too large to handle, cut them to many small parts and give those parts maybe to a large group of people. Some things also are too big for some of those who would like to benefit from them criminally: if you stéal a thousand euros, that is just extra money for you, but if you steal a million euros, you are likely to get murdered because of the money. So with large sums, maybe one could divert the attention of some part of the criminals to much smaller sums maybe available. And the biggest money would then be for the biggest players, which are groups with work ethics, rationality, civilized ways etc, so that rational grounds matter and there can be agreement of what is good even if the parties appear competitors and separate. Like for examle building the groundwork for a hig level of economical success in a nation or a larger area: kind of basuic thriuths that the oparticipants agree about and base their lives on.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Interests and skills instead of power

"120. People's skill levels affect how many things they can well do at the same time and how quickly they get those things done and how well they succeed in them. The slow witted typically do something else at the same time, so they need lots of concentration and many attempts to succeed in even ordinary tasks, for example they think of food in the stomach or keep their body very rigidly.
For one to learn skills, one needs to pay attention to what was the idea in that skills, what it consists of and which ways of doing are best suited for it. The most slow learning try to copy via sexuality or acting or by keepin g company, very détailedly the social atmosphere of the more skilled one, but that just disturbs skills. Instead one should keep a longer distance and watck detailedly what the skilled one does, and do those things oneself, without being overly close. About problems that the wise do not usually fall into, teh less skilled have no right to demand the skilled to be models of how to fall into them and then rise again, but instead the less skilled should heed advices about the subject, usually ordinary basic advices about the subject and about those kind of things in the world and about life generally, since biggest problems have to be avoided in advance, always.
Typically people do only a few thinsg at a time. For example if someone sing, they think of the song's atmosphere, of music, of not disturbing neighbours, of music hobbies and of wisdom of songs. So they are kind of concentrated to music subject. So if one is interested in who should have power over what, one can via the rule "Live and let others live", i.e. It is ok to be selfish in ways positive for happy life but not to disturb the lives of others, one can with the help of this rule say that the person singing usually, almost always, ought to be allowed to sing. But on the other hand not to interfere in affairs that he/she is not just now taking care of. Similarly with other subjects. It is ok to care for them, in ways piositive for happy life in the society and in the world, but not to disturb such possibilities, which must be estimated wisely. For example someone may build possibilities for music hobbies, that is often a job or a hobby in music. Likewise in other subjects: the skilled one who value it take care of it. On the other hand the stupid usually should be allowed to do things by themselves to learn about life and skill but not to mess with the lives of others or the affairs of the society. So it often seems that there is no question of power unless there is someone with too little skill or not valuing the things in question enough, messing along. So the question of power seems to connect to family emebers influencing things because they are close to a person who values such things in life. Otherwise, and maybe even in family relations, things are quite clear with the rule "Live and let others live"."
http://feelingcomputers.blogspot.fi

Friday, February 3, 2017

About armies' looks

The leadership of Finnish army has often or traditionally been Swedish. That is absurd, since Finns have negotiation skills well suited for Finns, so a more peaceful result would have been to have an all-Finnish leadership of Finnish army. Finnish men also copy army like ways. It is absurd for them to copy Swedish style since their own skills are Finnish and well suited for just Finnish life and Finnish ways of handliung things. It is generally important to look roughly with the same kind of understanding and the same level of intelligence as one really honesty has, because so all others all the time talk in ways that you can well understand and they talk to your own motivation, so you learn all the time and benefit greatly. If you are skilled, it is nice to get respect and position that you fairly deserve. If you are not at all skilled but don't lie to be any more skilled than you really are, you learn all the time, and you do not look like a betrayal but like a good honest attempt in things that others too value. More stupid ones are often with more basic questions of life, so others kind of find them symphatetical. There are different levels of understanding in each: one is to understand well by oneself and to do on one's own, another is to have read and roughly followed through but not able to think such on one's own even afterwards, and a third is to not to understand but to follow authorities, for example priests. But between nations there are also other differencies: travellers find a different climate, different ways, different ways of being social and running the society, different rythm etc, so they kind of appear more stupid than what they in fact are when they are in their own country.Russians in Siberia copy froma cademical while Asians copy from highly respected masters of different skills, so it may be that Siberians are less intelligent that Asians while they on the other hand have more freedom than the Asians, like more average people typically have compared to highly educated. who do not get likewise followed in their own thughts. People in more eastern countries live the evening while western live the morning or day, so they have more evening like characteristics and appear more thoughtless, more leisurely, more freetime like. Trust is often felt toward the one who is more skilled and responsible, while instictual irrational trust is felt to the opposite direction: toward those who do not take care of things going well at all and so rely on others to take care of things. People in more southern and warmer areas typically confuse northern people to be like people in cooled indoors or like their own countrymen who have travelled to the cooler  or colder countries but who are not adapted to the northern climate.If you do a service to other countries in a way typical to your own country's culture, then others learn or otherwise benefit from it and so they are more in tune with your own culture, with it's ways, and so your culture has gained more influence in the world, in a way that it fairly deserves.

Thursday, February 2, 2017

African lack of moral

African weather brings short-sightedness if one is not skilled in living with the heat. One things which affects a lot is what kind of food one eats and when. As far as I know, a good type of meal fitted for living wisely with the weathers, helps already even once a month but much more if eaten daily. At least in Finnish climate a meal of fish, rise and cooked vegetables brings a better touch of living wisely with the weathers. The Finnish climate is very different, almost arctic, but summer time daytime temperatures on hot days may rise to as high as roughly 30C, so just in case that it helps abroad, Finnish advices about living wisely the summer: http://healthynaturalwaysofliving.blogspot.fi/2017/02/living-wisely-summer.html

Often people are short-sigheted when their professional and other forefigures are much less intelligent than they are. So finding widely more skilled forefigures would help a lot. For example small wild birds may be more intelligent tahn apes and some apes more intelligent and farseeing than other apes.
In addition one needs civilized wisdom about what is a good way to live in a society, see http://finnishskills.blogspot.fi/2012/10/live-and-let-others-live.html and http://finnishskills.blogspot.fi/2013/04/rationally-grounded-moral.html and about healthy ways of living and wisdom of life http://finnishskills.blogspot.fi/2015/11/healthy-ways-of-living.html .
Intelligece one can learn from my blogs http://quickerlearning.blogspot.fi and http://pikakoulu.blogspot.fi plus from video playlists at http://www.youtube.com/khtervola .

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(I was left wondering about African meals. Could one try different dishes and find out what makes one feel well and how often it is good to eat so in the local climate and with some type of activity & strain during the day? Would an evening snack of some fresh vegetables sallad, (maybe  a wineberry(??)) and a piece of a Carelian pie make one sleep well?)

Sunday, January 29, 2017

About trying to guide people toward moral

It often happens for beginners who know only one approach to some questions in life, that they try to force others into accepting thier own views. But there are many areas of life. As people get more experience in life, they learn skills and talents in new areas of life from those who have such skills as their hobby or job. So they often have many approaches available fro each type of question. And so, if one tries to force them to one answer, they often resist, thinking that their own answer is better suited for them. So what is moral and what is not is a question that needs skills, open-mindedness toward other kinds of answers and a view of how the society works and what is needed in the society for things to turen out well. So an idea of who is how skilled in which areas of life, could settle disputes about whom to aloow freedoms and whom to allow decides for the group. Often varied answers by different people offer a well working choise for the group.

When someone errs to oppose moral quite strongly, it often is a questions of what is nonsese and what is not or of what was forcing, what was ordinary talk and what was mildly refusing to have an opinion. For suc too a better idea about who is how skilled in what, wouldgive better working communication. (http://pikakoulu.blogspot.fi ). About how much one can command and what is too far going, to that works well the rule "Live and let others live!" i.e. it is ok for all to be selfish in ways positive for happy life but not to mess with the lives of others, except fairly. One must demand this rule also toward and between others and not just with you with the person you conversate with. See http://Finnishskills.blogspot.fi . In the same blog also about healthy ways of living: If your suggestions is not good in some respect, it likely gets opposed, but if it works well for all, it is much more likely to be accepted and supported.

People who are considered to be with a lack of understanding, often confuse adices from different sources, kind of one talking one way of talking and another with another way of talking and other subjects too but they confuse them to be the same things and so produce nonsense from which they are blaimed. Relying more in common sense would help. One shoudl also pay somewhat more attention to who said the thing in question, not to memorize it as words only but as something said by someone specialized in certain area of life and with certain ways of thinking and level of skill in such and certain level of skill in other things. So the things said have only so much understanding and only about certain areas of life. What someone else said was with a certain leel of success in that area of life and certain amount of certainty in things at large. So please keep these things in your mind too as a landcspe, and your own understanding, the things at hand etc, and not just the words said.

People adapt to the culture and climate they were raised in, so that even abroad they tend to suggest that things should be guided like they were guided in their original homeland and culture. So if some Arab or whoever seems dangerously out of control and criminal, should one check if she/he is from another continent than you thought her/him to be from?Like Arab maybe African, some work oriented from Asia, etc.

Often especially young people confuse their environment talking about their own interests and values and about the importance of their place in the world, into believing that they themselves should invest in just those skills and areas of life even at the cost of their own profession and values. But it is not so. People just need to express their iews about things they like and value. It is not an obligation fro others, it is not even advice since it supposes that you are similarly inclined person. The rule "Live and let others live!" gives you room to follow your own likings even if others do not agree about their value.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Sexuality

In Finland sexuality is a love affair: people choose freely whom they love and with whom they want to get married and start a family. They also choose freely is they do not want to associate with someone or be sexual with someone. That is good life and makes things work out well. The rule "Live and let others live!" (which means that it is ok to be selfish but not to mess with the lives of others, except fairly interfering with others is ok) makes things work out well and gives freedom.

But in some other countruies people either aren't so free, so skilled, they have a different view on love in their enviroment, or they do not have enough contacts. So they end up with less good arrangements which though are said to have the good sides of love affairs.

http://yksinaisille.blogspot.fi/2012/03/advice-for-dating-and-finding-new.html
http://yksinaisille.blogspot.fi/2012/03/advice-on-creating-charm.html
http://yksinaisille.blogspot.fi/2012/03/build-perfect-relationship.html