When You go Low

How interesting Kristjaan! I think I wrote the existentialist way in my last Carpe Diem post 😉 … and my favorit in this field is Sören Kierkegaard – the Danish philosopher. He was christian though and I am not captured by any religion. He was wise, I think.  About nature … he didn’t think humans were one with the nature. He thought humans relate to nature. I think like that too. And as written before … humans … every man and woman … is their actions. They are NOT their characteristics … like skin color, religion, ethnic group, ….

the naked you
dressed in camouflage
a snake in paradise

Talking about philosophy like this … you must be a sincere human … not a fake one … Fakes are not worthy talking philosophy. Fakes have lost their confidence! That’s a fact!
Honesty goes with philosophy – life philosophy – the ethical way – only way.


“Face the facts of being what you are, for that is what changes what you are.”
Soren Kierkegaard


Being ones actions … aiming the honest  and true way … sometimes need apologies … apologies for behavior … cowards don’t … humans do …

Picking a piece from the poem by Rumi … I choose this one … cut a bit …

We are as pieces of chess engaged in victory and defeat:
our victory and defeat is from …

when you go low
I always go higher – armed with
strong ethical code

…. and to cheer it up a bit … yesterday I got a photo from one of my grandchildren … so proud … she won in chess and her dad lost … I answered I knew she would win … the smart and clever … honest way … ❤ … she is my Golden Heart ❤ …

When you go low - I go higher! #byblogfia

Flute … when so beautiful it feels right into the soul … the beauty of sincerity …


“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.”
Soren Kierkegaard


Carpe Diem: #1168 Flute.


21 comments

  1. A beautiful response Birgitta. As I recall from what I have read from Nietzsche, he was also inspired by the thoughts of Kierkegaard. A strong haiku … everyone needs an ethical code.

  2. Agree… actions make the man. That is the existential motto. ” On est ce qu’on fait ” We are what we do.
    I like all your references to Kierkegaarde. Interesting haiku.

    1. I don’t deal with crosses … and being in a cross mood it is specially useful … ethical code is never waisted! The more used … the better … in/for world and cyber … for everybody.

  3. Very thought provoking and so honest. I love that I read your post at an opportune time.. How we shy away from facing the truths about ourselves for multiple reasons and yet, it Is the only time we can change.

    Bravo to your grand-daughter too!! [smiles}

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