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We become as gromm beings overexcited, our senses and brain enter a spiral of countless worries and thoughts. Of course, Fromm is against harsh, rough discipline, what he proposes, is simply a common sense, well balanced life discipline, with simple things like, regular sleep patterns, getting each night enough sleep, keeping regular and well balanced diet, keeping ones body healthy.
Who am I as a human being? We underestimate how our culture shapes us, how it influences our behaviours, our worldview, how it even sometimes distorts our worldview.
Selfdiscipline, according to Fromm is a key. The awareness of being creates the feeling of loneliness, the feeling of sztucw of reuniting with other human beings, of become one with other human being or other human beings. After one becomes successfully proficient with the theory of medicine, than one frich start finally particing it.
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He who understands nothing is worthless. As described by Fromm, love is a state of mind, where one comes to terms with all the beings, living creatures of this world, without exceptions. But he who understands also loves, notices, sees … The more knowledge is inherent in a thing, the greater the love.
Human beings are concious creatures. Love cannot also be selective. If we engage our senses with many activities at the same time, we become overexcited and miolsci fully enjoy life and engage in meanigful, loving relationships.
Consciencess makes the human beings aware of their loneliness in this world.
The fact that human beings are conscience of its existance, makes them unique in the animal kingdom. Art of Love The book begins with a quote of Paracelsus which goes as follows: It cannot also be that one loves only, for example, immediate memebers of the family, but than despises, shows no love towards other members of the human kind. Theory of love 3.
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Unhealthy body, poses many distractions to a human being and decreases a chance of living a meanigful, loving life. The process of learning can never end, as long as we life. In the end I ended up buying a book by Erich Fromm, “To have or to be? The culture of instant gratification, sex has not yet be so predominant as today. Really a great name.
He really manages to regain clarity of what is all about. Consciously or subconsiously each human being realizes the fact that he or she is really alone in this world. He who can do nothing understands nothing. To refill this void, this loneliness one is searching for selffullilment, for not feeling alone. It really got me interested in the person of Paracelsus. This quote hits the nail in the head as far as definition of love is concerned.
However, only after years of praticing one can master the art of being a surgeon. We cannot experience consciously our lives, we cannot properly process things and events happending to us, we become restless, overexcited, start suffering from insomia, anxieties etc.
During the visit in the “Tender Barbarian” bookstore I have looked at many interesting books.
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Due to this fact this book gains even more on its significance in our day and age. My self awarenes as human being makes me aware that I am unique in myself, I live, experience and go through my life all by myself. He was a German-Swiss alchemist, scientists, botanist of from renaissance.
In the Summer ofduring Summer vacation as I have visited Warsaw I have spend few hours in a really interesting place, coffe-shop, bookstore called “Czuly Barbarzynca”. Still kilosci the sexual revolution of the s and s. The point is to calm down all thoughts and worries that one has collected in ones head thorughtout the day. One has to love oneself, before one truly loves others. One time 20 minutes in the mornig, second time, 20 minutes of self-reflextion time, quality time, where one only is with thoughts with onself in the evenining before going to bed.
Prequisite for living an meanigful loving life is to mange our senses, to avoid overexcitibility, to control what szthce are fronm through our senses.
This also applies to the partice of love.
True love, as described by Fromm is almost a utopic state of mind, where one comes to terms with onself, with immediate friends and family members and all memebes of the human kind. And who are we? According to Fromm following things are a prerequisite: This is an art of medidation, where one only focuses on breathing and imagines a white board with nothing on it. What am I really?
In the introduction Fromm compares the practice of love, to study of medicine. This feeling of loneliness and longing for unification with outher human beings predetermines the core of our human nature, defines our unlimited desire for being loved and loving others.
Fromm mentions in his book how our culture influences the way we define love. Its a great place, with great atmosphere, in the Powisle disctrict on Dobra Street, nearby to Tamka street where I used to live when I live in Warsaw many years ago. Through our mainstream culture we gain no understanding of what really our native human nature is about.
It cannot be that one loves only oneself, but does not love other human beings. Practice of love 4. In English this name would sound more or less “Tender Barbarian”. Fromms defeinition of k goes back to the roots, to the core of the human nature. Putting practice and theory together.