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To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?

 
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To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Hello fellow GLPers, I have pondered this matter more than once and I wanted to present it to you to see what you think about it.

I have often in my life felt that the attitude of others toward me, and conversely towards others can take either the perspective of an integral, meaning that the entire history of the relationship is considered at the moment of making a decision, or also can take the form of a derivative, which is making the decision based exclusively of the momentary effect and absolute disregard to the history of the relationship (not necessarily a romantic one, I am talking about the entire span of human relationships, familiar, fraternal, friendship, business, working, etc.)

I tend to see that many people act in the derivative like behavior, meaning that they can throw out an entire relationship out of a single point perceived as low, and don’t ponder all the previous “highs” and good moments. Is like one fault and you are out.

What you think GLP?

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Integrative, if I love someone or know them well/have spent a lot of time with them. Which is very rare on this earth. Ideally it would always be integrative with everyone.

Most relationships have to be derivative though because I don’t know the person enough to integrate much of anything. I have basically no friends and plan to keep it that way lol.

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Now use grammatical metaphor...
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Now use grammatical metaphor...
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I would say that it’s hard to make an exact parallel comparison, but it would be like comparing a book to a phrase.
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Integrative, if I love someone or know them well/have spent a lot of time with them. Which is very rare on this earth. Ideally it would always be integrative with everyone.

Most relationships have to be derivative though because I don’t know the person enough to integrate much of anything. I have basically no friends and plan to keep it that way lol.
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Thanks, I also prefer the integrative approach, but see that increasingly the derivative approach is being taken.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Now use grammatical metaphor...
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I would say that it’s hard to make an exact parallel comparison, but it would be like comparing a book to a phrase.
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


Derivative, delta, infinitesimal, dust, surface, image: unreal or virtual as movement is. A cube's derivative is 3 corner faces because it grows that way. Same thing for a square: 2 corner sides, or disc: a circle*.

The integral is the thing or existence, its derivative is its superficial appearance or essence (less dimensional).

* dx^n = nx^n-1 dx, dPIr^2 = 2PIr dr.

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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
First impressions: Derivative

Beyond that: Integral
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Integral or derivative?

Too simple. I'm using nonlinear differential equations every day to calculate if I still like my wife enough to stay married to her.

I take the integral of how good she has been to me so far and multiply it with how good she is today, and add the square root of how much nicer she is to me today than yesterday. Then I take the absolute value of the whole thing. If it's a positive value, she stays my wife for another day.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
bumpbumpbump

The human brain is a strange thing, you have to get 8 good things in your life to forget 1 bad thing.
It is made to focus on bad things first.

For exemple you can have a wonderful day, a good breakfast with someone you love, after you go to the cinema or the beach, have good news from your family...in the middle of all that, if someone tells you that you have a ugly face for no reason, this is the most powerful information which will be remembered by your brain.

And this little bad thing will make vanish all the good things....sorry about my english bro hf
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bumpbumpbump

The human brain is a strange thing, you have to get 8 good things in your life to forget 1 bad thing.
It is made to focus on bad things first.

For exemple you can have a wonderful day, a good breakfast with someone you love, after you go to the cinema or the beach, have good news from your family...in the middle of all that, if someone tells you that you have a ugly face for no reason, this is the most powerful information which will be remembered by your brain.

And this little bad thing will make vanish all the good things....sorry about my english bro hf
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Hello! Thanks for your input bro! Your English is good, don’t worry.

I agree with what you mention except that I don’t think is a human mind innate behavior, is more of a culturally acquired bias, but you can change it with adequate training. I have trained myself to focus in the entire experience and not in the highs or lows alone, and this provides a much more encompassing and full filing life experience as far as I can judge from my own experience.
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Don’t know... in my case is quite different. I can feel other people’s emotions and feelings. I use that that to avoid the ones don’t like me and the drama it creates. Oh, my, I do extremely dislike drama.

Well, I helps me a lot and at the same time it’s not pleasant to feel nasty negative energies.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Don’t know... in my case is quite different. I can feel other people’s emotions and feelings. I use that that to avoid the ones don’t like me and the drama it creates. Oh, my, I do extremely dislike drama.

Well, I helps me a lot and at the same time it’s not pleasant to feel nasty negative energies.
 Quoting: LittleMe


Thanks for your unique perspective! I can also sense energies to a certain extent, specially the low vibrations, some people are a vortex of low vibrations and I steer clear away from them, they are just not worth the pain.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Depends on the Angle of the Dangle...

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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Now use grammatical metaphor...
 Quoting: FirtyFree


I would say that it’s hard to make an exact parallel comparison, but it would be like comparing a book to a phrase.
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


Good example,
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Hello fellow GLPers, I have pondered this matter more than once and I wanted to present it to you to see what you think about it.

I have often in my life felt that the attitude of others toward me, and conversely towards others can take either the perspective of an integral, meaning that the entire history of the relationship is considered at the moment of making a decision, or also can take the form of a derivative, which is making the decision based exclusively of the momentary effect and absolute disregard to the history of the relationship (not necessarily a romantic one, I am talking about the entire span of human relationships, familiar, fraternal, friendship, business, working, etc.)

I tend to see that many people act in the derivative like behavior, meaning that they can throw out an entire relationship out of a single point perceived as low, and don’t ponder all the previous “highs” and good moments. Is like one fault and you are out.

What you think GLP?
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


kick em to the curb if the friendship is not a reciprocal of what you put in. Otherwise, they are just using you for their own benefit, and as soon as it is so obvious, I walk away with not a word or explanation. No point in talking with a liar.

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Don’t know... in my case is quite different. I can feel other people’s emotions and feelings. I use that that to avoid the ones don’t like me and the drama it creates. Oh, my, I do extremely dislike drama.

Well, I helps me a lot and at the same time it’s not pleasant to feel nasty negative energies.
 Quoting: LittleMe


Thanks for your unique perspective! I can also sense energies to a certain extent, specially the low vibrations, some people are a vortex of low vibrations and I steer clear away from them, they are just not worth the pain.
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


Yeah, those types are just not worth our time and effort.

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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Hello fellow GLPers, I have pondered this matter more than once and I wanted to present it to you to see what you think about it.

I have often in my life felt that the attitude of others toward me, and conversely towards others can take either the perspective of an integral, meaning that the entire history of the relationship is considered at the moment of making a decision, or also can take the form of a derivative, which is making the decision based exclusively of the momentary effect and absolute disregard to the history of the relationship (not necessarily a romantic one, I am talking about the entire span of human relationships, familiar, fraternal, friendship, business, working, etc.)

I tend to see that many people act in the derivative like behavior, meaning that they can throw out an entire relationship out of a single point perceived as low, and don’t ponder all the previous “highs” and good moments. Is like one fault and you are out.

What you think GLP?
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


kick em to the curb if the friendship is not a reciprocal of what you put in. Otherwise, they are just using you for their own benefit, and as soon as it is so obvious, I walk away with not a word or explanation. No point in talking with a liar.

peace
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I think it's too much work to tell a lie cuz you have to keep lying and lying to give truth to the first lie...
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Hello fellow GLPers, I have pondered this matter more than once and I wanted to present it to you to see what you think about it.

I have often in my life felt that the attitude of others toward me, and conversely towards others can take either the perspective of an integral, meaning that the entire history of the relationship is considered at the moment of making a decision, or also can take the form of a derivative, which is making the decision based exclusively of the momentary effect and absolute disregard to the history of the relationship (not necessarily a romantic one, I am talking about the entire span of human relationships, familiar, fraternal, friendship, business, working, etc.)

I tend to see that many people act in the derivative like behavior, meaning that they can throw out an entire relationship out of a single point perceived as low, and don’t ponder all the previous “highs” and good moments. Is like one fault and you are out.

What you think GLP?
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


kick em to the curb if the friendship is not a reciprocal of what you put in. Otherwise, they are just using you for their own benefit, and as soon as it is so obvious, I walk away with not a word or explanation. No point in talking with a liar.

peace
 Quoting: rewind



I think it's too much work to tell a lie cuz you have to keep lying and lying to give truth to the first lie...
 Quoting: LittleMe


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Thank you my friend,

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I have learnt all from this crazy website with all those crazy people hf

There is no integral. Just a flow of derivatives.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
I really think that people see you like you see yourself. Like a mirror.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
this world sure isn't an integral at this point.
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Thank you my friend,

I ve reached a level of awareness I couldn t imagine to reach in my life. I am free and my life is just happiness now.
I have learnt all from this crazy website with all those crazy people hf

There is no integral. Just a flow of derivatives.
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yep..
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Derivative. Another name for infinitesimals is SCRUPLES.

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Good people do not do bad, and vice versa. So that would mean "derivative" for me.
But I am not talking about minor stuff. I can accept quite a lot, but certain things I do not.
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Hello fellow GLPers, I have pondered this matter more than once and I wanted to present it to you to see what you think about it.

I have often in my life felt that the attitude of others toward me, and conversely towards others can take either the perspective of an integral, meaning that the entire history of the relationship is considered at the moment of making a decision, or also can take the form of a derivative, which is making the decision based exclusively of the momentary effect and absolute disregard to the history of the relationship (not necessarily a romantic one, I am talking about the entire span of human relationships, familiar, fraternal, friendship, business, working, etc.)

I tend to see that many people act in the derivative like behavior, meaning that they can throw out an entire relationship out of a single point perceived as low, and don’t ponder all the previous “highs” and good moments. Is like one fault and you are out.

What you think GLP?
 Quoting: Red Hot Chilean Pepe


I might base it in statistical variables with some constant formulations to average the equation solution ...
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Re: To use a math metaphor, Does your perspective about others is based on an integral or a derivative?
Good people do not do bad, and vice versa. So that would mean "derivative" for me.
But I am not talking about minor stuff. I can accept quite a lot, but certain things I do not.
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I tend to agree, but sometimes even good people has bad days and do silly / stupid stuff unwittingly. Ending a long term friendship by a slip of the tongue or an thoughtless bad reaction (which are derivative like events) is what some people do. I think that is a extreme behavior.
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