On the other hand its weakness is that human can affect it in other aspects besides deathless and birth less nature but in definition they do not recognize that. Prominence over human welfare and determinative nature regarding human experience –since both deal with human then they can be combined. The strength is that it when we put our lives according to the sacred we are likely to live a life free of problem associated to ungodliness. On the other hand it is important to perceive the true reality that underlies our religion .If we don’t do so we are likely to suffer and destroy what is already positive about our religion hence suffering. In that case religion will be the dividing factor instead of a bonding factor as it should
Justin Skoglund Motivational interviewing requires always listening, what the client is saying and how the client is saying it is what you are looking for. So when we are listening and thinking about the language of change we think about ways clients are speaking. Are they saying “How things are is ok” or “there’s no reason for me to make any change” which is referred to as sustain talk. The client might begin to shift to change talk, start to think maybe things should be different or could be different or maybe would like them to be different. So as interviewers when we see clients begin to shift from sustain talk to change talk we need to shift with them.
To back this, it’s said that these steps do not always work in every situation. The direct rebuttal to this is that it’s better to negotiate that to do sit-ins and marches. However, King counters that rebuttal by stating that while he opposes violent tension, there’s a type of constructive, non-violent tension that is necessary for
The listener should say what they are feeling only if it is beneficial to the relationship or to the person seeking help. When a listener displays this quality of being genuine it is most likely the seeker will become congruent as they have probably spent along time denying their feelings or not been allowed to say what they are feeling, to be congruent is to take responsibility acknowledge your feelings beware of them, then start to deal with stuff. Unconditional positive regard is respecting the help seeker as a unique being or anyone for that matter, to my believe, accepting them for who they are, this does not mean we have to agree with peoples behaviour or agree to their believes, just to accept the person; is being non-judgemental. Along with the show of genuineness and unconditional positive regard from the listener the seeker will feel comfortable within themselves, develop trust in the relationship and begin to open up, explore and start to move forward. The third quality required within this relationship is to be able to Empathise this is not to be confused with sympathy or pity, which would be to show sorrow or sadness, this would not help the seeker to progress and move on.
In the hard determinist’s judgement, this feeling of freedom is an illusion. (Pereboom, 2009:324). Another argument against hard determinism would be if it were true we could not be accounted for when it comes to our actions, therefore we could do a morally wrong act and if it was determined then we would could not to blame, we did not have the free will to do that act it was determined to be done anyway. Also if we do a morally good act should we be praised for this? Hard determinists would say that it was not our free will that chose us to do this good act we were determined to do it anyway.
It varies from place to place. Humans are humans, and so we should view things the same. But there are outside influences in cultures that make us see the discussed views differently. There is no truth in defining what is just and unjust but we are persuaded by believing what is in our morals by following the evidence, logic and reasoning behind each argument made. The author says “and one ought to bring up the question whether it is those who are sane or those who are demented who speak at the right moment”.
It may be that you do not challenge discrimination often, that you do not feel that can challenge discrimination or that you do not recognise discrimination when it occurs around you. It might also be that you are afraid to challenge discrimination for some reason, or that you do not believe there is value in equal opportunities. Whatever the case, it is time you realise that discrimination against anyone hurts everyone. Until every person is guaranteed equality, no one is. Think on this the next time you observe discrimination taking place and ask yourself if you really want to sit back and let it happen.
No two people in this world are the same and so they should not be treated as if they are. Even though many people do have similar interest in things and same characteristics, they should still not be judged. In the novel, “One Amazing Thing” by Chitra Divakaruni
My criticism of this theory is that thought processes without emotions make our decisions too concrete. When we treat people in the medical field, we cannot say it is a rule that everyone must received a blood transfusion if they are below a set number because we are not thinking about the consequences of the person we are treating. Some religions believe that blood transfusions are toxic to their being and would never want to receive a transfusion, so I believe that