In a century that any natural person, juristic person and state all intend to sustain economic prosperity, philosophy does have a huge iron barricade to be on par to other fields. However, to my cradle, I have always and will be always believing that human must boast the absolute element that any machine could and will not be able to produce: "reason."."Reasons" is the power leading to self-understanding and contentment; why? Just beginning doing anything, ask your self; "what is the reasons behind my impending activity?" Be honest and concrete to explain the reason of your upcoming activity, before you decide to do it.
This is a process to understand yourself and to the most surprising consequence; you will feel confident with your commission and any kind of result. Millions of protests against your commission will never make you deter from accomplishing your activity, if you already have the reasons before deciding to accomplish it.To me, reason plays decisive roles in my daily life. Would I be lazy? Should I write another philosophical argument? Should I request permission to take leave from work for my posh dinner? Would I drive fast from work to home? Should I tell my parents this secret? What are the differences between being educated and not educated? Should I spend my money on this drudgery? These are the rhetoric that my self-reasons will decide whether I would step upward or backward.Make your reason prevail in any of your daily activity and you will see the positive difference in your mindset and your future..
Lay Vicheka is a translator for the most celebrated translation agency in the Kingdom of Cambodia, Pyramid Translation Co.Ltd. Simultaneously, he is working as a freelance writer for Search Newspaper; focusing on social issues and students' issues. Lay Vicheka is the expert author for ezine and other websites around the world such as articlecity, 365articles, talesofasia, etc. Lay Vicheka has great experience in law and politics, as he used to be legal and English-language assistant to a Cambodian member of parliament, migration experience (home-based business) and in writing. He is also member of a New York-based research company.
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By: Vicheka Lay