“The Dynamics of Experience and How We Develop”By Robben Wainer
1.Growing up with all of it's defiance and mundane rebellious attributes, I felt I was nourished to be a creative type, with an abundance of self seeking. I can remember how the statue of The Thinker. By ichelangelo held in!it's repose the symbol for how one may address the moral conflicts we are confronted with. I can remember being amidst crowds where it seemed everyone was in a hurry to e"press their voice, and have their voice heard. Growing up in this left!wing radical environment, thoughts of being a writer, a poet, a dancer, and a musician were the most stimulating to my point of focus. This wayward drifting that began in my teens needed to find it's roots in the #arth. To this day I find that practice of contemplation helps me alliterate a philosophical perspective, that is based very much on deciphering pride from ignorance.In this paper I will be discussing #"perience as a sub$ect from varying view points. I will try to show how feelings come to the surface to define the measures of which we credit our most essential attributes, and of which we attribute our most deliberate actions, and non!actions, and passive resistance. To begin this paper I will be e"amining e"perience from the stand point of belief systems, belief systems, and that which is built on faith. %ere I am making the point that faith, or becoming faithful is an e"perience which draws nearly everyone to it's door with the hopes of finding restitution. In defining faith as something that we e"perience, I declare that faith is akin to the need for self acceptance. It is the ability to perceive ones self in a great struggle, perhaps of inner conflict that finds it's reassuring foundation in concepts that are both universal, of service, and perpetuate a positive influence in that acts of faith which can be defined in so many way confirm that we are awake. I will use here as a sign of courage certain principles that can help us broaden our understanding of faith. &ne is that it achieves a balance, by understanding the incentives for which accomplishments are made.