Saturday, January 21, 2006

Calculus of Eeman

Let:
x : perceived spiritual height
t : time, where t = - 9/12 is a busy night for your parents.

v(t) = dx/dt : effort
a(t) = dv/dt : wills/intentions
Some constants, as decreed by The Ultimate Judge:
t1 : milestone of self-accountability.
t2 : when x(t)'s agents of change loses its main player, perhaps leaving only three legacy contributors.
Observations:

Ideally, we want x(t) to be a highly positive function, preferably with positive v(t) and a(t).

I'd say that regardless of how low x(t1) is, as long as a(t) is sufficiently positive, then we have a decent odds of surviving the post-t2 period.

Although a stable x(t) with a high x(t1) is commendable, I find it not as impressive as the case of low x(t1) with high a(t) starting at some point in time, achieving dramatic x(t) growth within short span of time.

Having encountered some living examples, this inspires me to upshift my own a(t) and increase my v(t) so that, God Willing, I'll achieve significantly higher x(t) some day, hopefully before t2.

More observations to come.

9 Comments:

Anonymous chaotic said...

So hard to maintain a positive v(t) and a(t). External forces in opposite direction slow us down, stop us, or push us towards the wrong way. Often our own choices create the problem: the friends we choose to be around, the place we choose as a hangout, the activities we choose to do. They seem harmless most of the time! Everyone should constantly be in the state of seeking knowledge until t2 arrives...

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6:15 AM, January 23, 2006  
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12:33 PM, January 26, 2006  
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3:39 PM, January 26, 2006  
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7:13 PM, January 27, 2006  
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11:15 AM, January 28, 2006  
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