Section - A) - Syllabus 1

Shubhankar Mathur posted 1 year ago, 1 Responses
Every person leads a different path in life and for that reason their outcomes are different. Each experience that a person faces determines what their mindset would be. The same experience with a different number of factors would be a different outcome and it is very unlikely that 2 people undergo the exact experiences under the same circumstances. As every human being is different, it is natural that every person\'s perception is different. Due to the experience of different perceptions, leading to the formulation of different personalities, human beings being their own person are bound to enter into conflict as it is their experiences which make them the way they are. This very reflection can be answered a thousand different ways by different people due to their exposure to different experiences. It is not necessary that there is only one right perspective and one wrong perspective.

Dear Shubhankar,

many thanks for your thoughts and insights.

Yes, you are right – It looks like we bring something to this life and on the other hand, life itself teaches us the specific and individual classes to learn. And connected to these lessons, we also see opportunities: First to receive the lesson per se, and Second to implement it into our daily life or to initiate a change somehow.

And yes, the wide range of human’s diversity creates an infinite pool of social and psychological settings that bears endless perspectives, thoughts, and concepts. All these form, in a fragmental way, part of the personality of the individual and give birth to discussion, changes, processes, and of course to discrepancies. Here, at this point, the fascinating journey of discovering and understanding another individual starts. The ability of understanding and analyzing one’s position, is the bridge-building tool that we are looking for.

I hope this helps and goes inline with your thoughts.

Best regards, Daniel