Nahili Samurai

Feeding Motivation | June 23, 2008

Usually Money serves as a life goal for many people. However, we all come to a point when money doesn’t motivate anymore. The greed is much wider; including things like Power and Opposite Gender for example. Unfortunately the greed for materialistic never ends, but materialistic motivation is too weak for most people. There’s only so much work I’m willing to do for an iPod or a new BMW, and only for myself, not others. So, how to keep growing as a human, not an animal?

If you watch “Sweney Todd the Devil Barber from Fleet Street”, the movie’s emotional power might charge your motivation for some time (it’s a worthy movie, besides Johny Depp plays the devil barber). Movies are current common source of motivation for hundreds of millions. It’s an average universal pool. The person to go deeper, gets more motivation. Deeper books could raise your motivation to new heights, while sources with less quality (erotic novels for example) could easily bring it down.

Here’s the graphic representation of how motivation rises or falls over time, depending on the food given to our souls.
Feeding Motivation
Some truths are learned and they raise the overall (yet always fluctuating) level. Then some low-level influence might bring the motivation down. It’s all very dynamic, yet have a predictable pattern; read good things – raise your level, read bad things – lower your level, do nothing – lower your level.

The whole theory is based on assumption of existence of your dynamic Soul. A few days ago I saw one psychology specialist on Turkish NTV; he said that family and nation are bad for human psychology, a “feeling of belonging” creates a comfort zone, and this makes us weaker. He also said that unprofessionals shouldn’t write/talk about psychology, since we dunno anything. But stupid philosophers like him base everything on materialistic stuff, and reject existence of your soul. Therefore they are ready to destroy families and nations, in order to justify their bohemian, non-patriotic lifestyles.

Materialistic psychology is over man. Rot in your bohemian lifestyle yourself, I would rather be a loving father and a patriot of my motherland.


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