remember everything to some extent. Clearly, according to the title, I've already
forgotten one thing. We'll see if it comes back.
The old theory was as follows: the one you get along with, the one you're attracted to,
the one you connect with, the one you want to follow, the one with whom you have
chemistry, the one you admire, and the one who reflects you.
Seven is a good number.
The seven intelligences: musical, logical-mathematical, kinesthetic, spatial,
linguistic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal.
The new theory is this, and so far I'm up to six: physical, logical, mental, emotional,
spiritual, and social. Maybe number seven has something to do with communication?
...although I feel like that may fall under mental. Maybe.
Johnny Bunko has six principles. He should have seven. Personal Responsibility.
I think this makes the most sense so far. It's broader than the Seven Reasons and
more detailed than the dichotomy of the one who treats you right vs. the one with
whom you have commonalities. Balance and Moderation. Clearly, there is overlap, but
to me, it is sensible overlap.
These things can be framed and prioritized in many different ways. They are more
open to personal perspective. The Seven Reasons was all my philosophy and was not
generalizable. The dichotomy is too simple. To some, differences in some areas may
be more acceptable than to others.
Physical includes attraction and maybe chemistry and other areas of physical fit.
Logical is what makes sense. Logical encapsulates most (all?) of the other areas.
Mental is thinking style, etc. Some may prefer more similarities; others, differences.
Emotional is more like the wavelength on which a person functions. Maybe. I know this
is specifically important to me, but I'm not quite sure how to conceptualize it.
Spiritual refers to a lot of things, all comprising a worldview perspective.
Social is a lot like wavelength, only with others, rather than individually.
(Communication-al?). Not sure. I just needed a seventh one. This could probably
dissolve into the other areas.
I want to see how these seven align with the Seven Reasons, but not right now.
Honestly, I am so mentally drained that I can't even communicate this clearly.
Essentially, to me, anything other than passivity is more acceptable than passivity.
Passivity is stagnant and stagnancy does not induce growth.
You can't grow sitting still.
The best alternative to passivity is proactivity. Institutional Resources and the
prevention of problems.
The other alternative to passivity is reactivity. Residual Resources and solutions to
Basically, this ties into the seventh Bunko principle of personal responsibility.
If something is wrong, if you are dissatisfied with something? Change it. React to it.
I don't even care if it's not a good reaction, just do SOMETHING. Don't sit still.
If you can't change it? Work around it, reconsider if it's truly important. Find a way.
Sorry this is maybe completely incoherent. Not in a good writing mentality right now.
I've failed to remember the something else. It'll come up again, I'm sure.