Transcending/including polarities around idealism and skepticism


#1

I recently posted a video that, in effect, discusses transcending/including polarities around idealism and skepticism. I’d be interested in hearing any comments:


#2

I agree, good video. In a similar line of thinking you have to guard against becoming bitter as you grow older. I have seen it happen to a lot of people who were unhappy with the level of change happening around their life whether it is too fast to be integrated or too slow to match their ideals.


#3

Thanks. Yes, that’s another great polarity – dynamism/stability. When there’s not enough stability for us, things feel too chaotic. When there’s not enough dynamism for us, things feel too stagnant.


#4

kartik_subbarao—No problem with the content and your presentation style is great–you seem authentic, speak clearly, enunciate well, speak at a clipped-but-not-too-fast pace, you smile :slightly_smiling_face: and seem friendly and naturally confident and very human, and your gestures don’t seem forced, and I just liked listening to you! The only suggestion I would make is to have greater contrast between yourself (shirt) and the background, you know, liven the scene up a bit without distracting from you and your message. Oh, another suggestion: next video, get the word “Integral” in there somewhere, you know, forward the “cause.” We’ll all appreciate that!


#5

Thanks for the comments. I had originally thought that my gray shirt would be distinct enough against the white background. But when I looked at it afterwards I realized there wasn’t as much contrast as I would’ve liked :slight_smile: