• In a sense, individuals globally are increasingly embracing self-affection. Explore “how to cultivate self-love” online, and you’ll encounter over 200,000 search results. Recommendations encompass “embracing all aspects of oneself,” “authentic self-expression,” and “even on unproductive days, providing self-encouragement.” Commend yourself as you navigate through your day, and so forth. Everyone has been apprised of self-worth – there’s no necessity to feign amiability with individuals you find disagreeable, no obligation to compromise your preferences due to others’ perspectives; others’ outlooks and judgments hold no sway, and one’s own course of life must be autonomously determined, etc. Various social media platforms appear as an excessively fertile realm. Provided our willingness, it’s facile…

• In the tome “The Little Prince,” subsequent to the arrival of the diminutive sovereign to Earth, he chanced upon a verdant garden replete with roses, beholding within it five thousand blooms mirroring those adorning the planet B612. His astonishment was profound upon the realization that the rose, heretofore deemed singular in the cosmos, was in truth not so. His spirit waned, engulfed by a profound crisis of identity. In this crucible, he encountered the fox, from whom he gleaned enlightenment. It was then that he comprehended the paramountcy of nurturing unique bonds through domestication. As they bid farewell, the fox beseeched the little prince to revisit the rose garden. The…

• Before thinking about this problem, we must first understand what “high dimensionality” is. In mathematics, dimensionality refers to the number of parameters required to describe an object. For example, in two-dimensional space, we need two parameters to describe a point (x, y); in three-dimensional space, we need three parameters to describe a point (x, y, z); and so on, n A dimensional space requires n parameters to describe a point. Therefore, “high-dimensional” refers to a space with more than three dimensions, and such a space requires more parameters to describe. So, what does “up and down compatible” mean? “Bottom and vertical compatibility” usually refers to an ability or characteristic, that…

• I don’t know if there are such girls around you: I met a boy I liked very much, but I always felt that the other party might not like me, so let it go; When encountering a good company, I always subconsciously think that I am not capable enough, so I hesitate to move forward; For the ideal life, I always fear that it will not be realized, and I dare not even plan… I am cautious everywhere in my life, my hands are tied in my actions, I dare not pursue what I want, and I cannot generously accept what others give. This is actually the “sense of worthiness”…

• If you are always good-tempered and afraid of conflicts, then you should really listen to a speech by the famous psychology professor Jordan Peterson: There are two types of people in the world, high conscientious and high agreeable. And high pleasant people must pay attention not to be exploited by others. Because agreeable people hate conflict so much, they like peace and quiet. But at the same time be physically or emotionally vulnerable. This social behavior to avoid conflicts will cause varying degrees of internal friction, and the pain accumulated over time will completely wear down a person. As another psychologist said: “There are always challenges in life. The challenges…

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