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Accomplishment

  1. The hardest thing to achieve is always the best rewarded...do you agree?

  2. No.

    Most often the things we struggle hardest for result in "rewards" that are empty. In fact, the degree of struggle is at best only accidentally corrolated to the struggle put in.

    The best reward comes from not struggling...

  3. necrotichijinks
    Member

    @ apostle:

    Did you create this topic to give me a chance to plug one of my recent blog posts? ;)

    No?

    Well, I'll use this opportunity to advertise anyway. I recently wrote about the rewards that don't come, with some humor on the side:

    http://necrotichijinks.wordpress.com/2011/07/23/why-my-ph-d-lets-me-get-away-with-everything-on-this-blog/

  4. @HB Having experience in something carries more knowledge than not having any experience in it.The child with the hardest head(when he or she is won over) will give one more joy than he or she that you didn't have a hard time with.The reward would be much greater.....and the experience thereof will be a greater knowledge for ones journey.
    Can you see this end result?

  5. @HB Having experience in something carries more knowledge than not having any experience in it.The child with the hardest head(when he or she is won over) will give one more joy than he or she that you didn't have a hard time with.The reward would be much greater.....and the experience thereof will be a greater knowledge for ones journey.
    Can you see this end result?

  6. @jinks I read your article and I put a letter in your mailbox.

  7. necrotichijinks
    Member

    @ apostle

    I saw your message and it was too much religion to be relevant to what I wrote. (Nothing against religious people... just not looking for religious discussion.)

  8. I see.Scientist and schools of world education also have a problem with knowledge that surpass common equations.But as I have said.....I am not a common person,but uncommon in the world of education and knowledge.

  9. Well since we are talking about it, I took pains and wrote a whole big blog post (my latest one). Too tired to write it all again here :P

  10. @apostlejack7

    I would find your argument about the benefits of the hardest path if you yourself took it by developing your ideas through your blog and promoting it here, as opposed to the easy path of skipping the blog and fishing for responses with with bits of "provacative" discussion.

  11. Actually, if you look at the empirical evidence, the 80/20 rule holds true for an amazing amount of life.

    On that basis, 80% of reward will come from 20% of effort.

  12. @HB What do you mean,that I should write a whole story about the hardest thing to achieve rather than ask a question about it.I don't see how that would make a person answer it more.
    To get feedback on a subject don't require one to write a whole book about it.I wrote a blog about abuse,should I also post something about it here in order to get feedback on it.If you have read it,why didn't you leave a comment?I don't see how it would make a difference seeing that there would be more comments made on it here than on my blog.So why not just ask the question here,seeing that I get a better response than on my blog?I intend to blog more,but at this time I don't see the benefit,as far as getting an answer is concern.So I am in no hurry to write more blogs.
    I do what I think can get the response that I seek,and for now it seems better to just ask a question.
    I don't go around seeking the hardest thing to achieve just to prove a point.What is easy also have it's rewards,I also believe in that as well.

  13. @HB
    I agree with what you have said here > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/accomplishment?replies=12#post-654564 and here > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/accomplishment?replies=12#post-654783

    @apostlejack7
    Allow me to be crystal clear. This is a social forum and preaching here is not going to be well received. The mental health institutions and prisons jails are full of delusional people looking for a village and you will not find that village here. If you cannot attract blog followers and commenters to your blog posts then find another hobby.

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