Are ideal goals set to strive for, or does ideal only serve the purpose of deceiving the individual from its pursuit of self-fulfillment and true happiness? Are ideals created from objective reality, or are ideals formed by viewers of objective reality? Pose that ideals are created as a consequence of the design of reality. This ideal would be completely neutral from values, with the absence of both goodness and evil; the ideal would represent an emotionless, scientific image of the endeavor. Then suppose that ideals are only created and formed on the basis of emotional, sympathetic and subjective representations of reality--a complete ideal of subjectively interpreted representations of goodness, evil, religion, right and wrong. Inevitably, neither is a rational description of where a true ideal has its roots, indeed, an ideal must shove building blocks from the objective reality as well as the subjective truth, if not, the result is not ideal, it is a false utopia. False utopias are never desirable, an inherent characteristic of the false utopia is that they are impossible to achieve, they are reality-turned fantasies --- inevitably evil. The ideal, on the other hand, is characterized by relative values, and in the eyes of the beholder, the ideal can represent different degrees of goodness and evil.
Indeed, it is impossible to pinpoint the number of ideals that exist, surely there are forms of optimal states in every person's consciousness. These ideals are broadly the same among all people, which leads to increased interest in the details that separate the ideals from each other. The value of these details grows explosively and gives the impression that the minimal differences that exist between each other are of gargantuan magnitude, although the differences are in fact trivial. In general, people have similar goals and ideals to strive for in life, to: surround themselves with individuals they love, create a secure future for their children, avoid wars and violent conflicts, maximize happiness and minimize suffering.
Ideal is created when the optimal state is broken, the holistic perspective is lost and the focus of detail is introduced, thus narrow ideals focused on a specific detail are formed. A huge magnifying glass is placed over the selected detail, which directly excludes the remaining objective and subjective perceptions of reality. Today's ideals are extremely specialized, the ideals are driven down to its core to such an extent that individuals who preach the ideal or the absence of the ideal, develop a thin end of the rank. Instead of focusing one's consciousness on optimizing the human condition at large, human beings tend to focus on the development of a specific element within the human condition. This creates a skewed and misguided view of reality, where holistic values are lost.
The specialized tip ideal is like a carpenter with the exclusive ability to carpentry desks. When designing desks, the carpenter exhibits world-class ability, but if the buyer orders a chair, an object is best constructed that resembles a deformed desk: four legs with the elongated disc and an attempt at back support. When ordering kitchen doors, the carpenter assembles complete desks with projecting table legs rather than kitchen doors...for the carpenter's focus in his profession has consisted only of designing beautiful desks. Indeed, the carpenter in question is not the right person to hire to construct a house: when the carpenter pulls off the screen, walls made of stacked desks are revealed, the door is a desk with a table leg screwed into each corner (which can certainly be used as handles). The ceiling panels are shaped like upside-down desks with table legs pointing towards the stars. Certainly, the house would have been a beautiful art object, but extremely impractical to live in. Similarly, an individual whose existence is being filled and constantly bombarded with information and opinions regarding a specific tip ideal is not a competent person --- a tip ideal never holds the answer or guidance for an entire individual and its life. The following is a call to the reading man: Reject the tip ideal and may general ideals conquer its beliefs. Immediately cease to embrace the tip ideal of man's physical form, diet, mental and physical health, take these tip ideals and bury them deep into the core of the earth, letting them melt in the core of the heat in this place. Extract the essence of the tip ideal and then construct a holistic ideal: Human health. A new ideal based on a composition of all components related to a person's health may be the new ideal of man. The person whose individual adopts the general health ideal is like a consummate carpenter --- a carpenter with the ability to construct a house and its interior to perfection.
No doubt man strives for and receives pressure from, the majority of ideals at the same time. Like oceans, the human individual tends to cling to a peak ideal with all the strength he possesses, with his claws so deeply ingrained in the hull of the ship that man does not get loose when the ship is sinking --- certainly, it is highly unlikely that a ship will sink during a boat trip. Individuals are saddled with impressions from the tip ideal that are close to the heart, other impressions are inverted and erased, this is, without doubt, the greatest danger.
The purpose of the general ideals is to absorb the peak ideal and then to create a holistic structure for an optimal way of relating to a particular category of the human condition. Thanks to modern technology, the general ideals have good conditions for dissemination, although there is concern that man prefers to be in a bubble of like-minded people, instead of challenging his own ideals and ideas. Indeed, it is a great disappointment to observe man in his bubble, to witness how man deliberately surrounds himself with like-minded people and only consumes information and facts from sources with like-minded people as senders. The use of modern technology provides man with a unique opportunity to surround himself with a multifaceted community, whose continuous figurative fights result in general ideals --- holistic ideals. The construction of holistic ideals is rooted in the roots whose existence forms the basis of the general, it is only through the constant debate between opponents that true ideals can be created, firmly rooted in the objective as well as the subjective reality.
Man undoubtedly has an inherent ability to form personal ideals, to free himself from the societal and non-personal ideals whose pressures affect man positively as well as negatively. Nonpersonal ideals are, by definition, not self-designed ideals, they are the bedrock of populations, and communities, designed for a collective, not for the individual. May man demand himself to explore reality, to wander beyond the safe collectivist ideals and to explore the spiritual as well as the touchable. May he surround himself with opinion opponents to intellectually discuss with daggers --- without using them. It is only by repeating this process that man develops knowledge, understanding, and diversity of perspectives to create individual, true ideals to strive for.
Thoughts arise such as: “It is impossible to escape the structural ideals that, like a quilt, embrace society and my individual, it is not possible to break free from these pressures and develop one's own!” Do not despair, the ability to realize that his individual is not his own, that he is impersonal, is a necessary insight that is the basis for abdicating these extramarital ideals and developing his individual. If man is in the self-perceived cage, whose grating is society, it is required that man performs individual-strengthening challenges for each turn the earth rotates around its own axis, and then, with animal force, bends the rods and crawls out of the cage. The bitter, cold nature of reality enhances the necessity of good ideals, the idea of good ideals does not underlie the misunderstanding of goodness and evil; rather in truth and falsehood. The roots of the good ideal must be found in objective truth --- if the consequences of the ideal are to be consequences of goodness, if an ideal is instead based on values and opinions about goodness, its consequences end up in evil.
Is the overall societal ideal here to reject? Should people form a fist, and with bestial force strike down the social ideals far down the abyss? Probably not, collectivist ideals include common goals and values for a group of individuals. Uniform ideals must thus be judged individually; at first impression, there is little reason to categorize these ideals as neither true nor false. An ideal whose dome embraces many people has the capacity to operate for self-realization purposes to its individuals. The ideal can contain traits that create conditions for positive change, traits that challenge people in the community to develop both externally and internally, only imagination can limit the potential of an ideal for its followers. In the same way, social ideals can promote negative development and have fatal consequences for their environment. For example, an ideal whose content and values encourage its cultists to follow systematic thought and behavior patterns in which people in the community strive to follow a specific code. Such an ideal is equipped with destructive power: that people, whose individual lack the ability to achieve the ideal, or lack the will, or are of the opinion that the ideal is immoral, are expelled from the community and forced into alienation.
The collectivist community excludes opponents and condemns those who do not follow the loose manual. These excluded people become alienated from social contexts and communities as a consequence of giants to ideals, this tribalism whose evolutionary heritage in modern times is becoming clear on a daily basis. The alienated “anti-idealists” are condemned, slandered and pronounced as enemies. With little access to protection, the outcasts continue to be subjected to systematic bullying, slander and all conceivable actions “the right one” considers to be correct until man corrects himself or finds hopelessness in his destiny. Indeed, social ideals have the potential to bring about realistic dangers, tribalism is constantly active within ideals, either in an active or a passive form --- it is never eradicated. Man thus bears the responsibility of being surrounded by opponents and dissimilar thinking in order to see for himself how people have different approaches to achieving the same goal. True social ideals share traits with true utopias: they are unbelievably cumbersome to achieve, and if they are shaped, they are incredibly difficult to maintain.
Self-designed holistic ideals are thus preferred, these ideals are designed according to the specific individual, where all parts of the ideal are interwoven and only possible to explain by referring to the whole. These ideals force man to be open-minded and continually urge man to develop all aspects of the human condition. It is with the support of this process that man enhances his ability to identify and reject false ideals, and to understand the diversity of perspectives, in order to construct individual holistic ideals and thus forever be a positive force in his community and society at large. These ideals are designed according to the specific individual, where all parts of the ideal are interwoven and can only be explained by referring to the whole.
Answer the following question: Aren't false ideals an optimal breeding ground for mental illness? The newly harvested people are given an ultimatum: live up to our false ideals, or be coerced with mental ill-health until you implode. The advocates of the false ideals trick their prey with false hopes, hopes that human life will certainly be improved by following its doctrine. False ideal signs with praise and prospects that can easily be perceived to be too good to be true --- because they are. A false ideal is like a deep abyss without a fence; it is easy to fall into and like a black hole, the false ideal devours its prey. Like a black hole, false ideals also destroy everything they come into contact with. It is undoubtedly a sadness that advocates of false ideals, indeed, are the main advocates of ideals. Rarely is there room for true ideals, to which a good explanation exists: false ideals present simple solutions to complex problems, true ideals present realistic solutions to complex problems. A true ideal is a representation of the objective nature of the human condition, which is never characterized by simplified and idiotic approaches to achieving big goals. A false ideal is like a pamphlet on a few pages, whose content is filled with short slogans and populist quotes, surrounded by miracle images and fantasy images of how amazing one's life had been by following the simple rules of life pointed out by a manipulative and unsympathetic preacher in the obviously blessed pamphlet. A true ideal presents no miracles, no slogans or lies about how fantastic human life can be if it only follows the steps whose complexity can be summarized on a couple of pages. Of course, authored by a parasitic, brainless and devoid of a deformed cult (insert any ideology.). Such a cult is governed by nothing but manipulative psychopaths.
Preachers of true ideals give its followers a map marked with a cross when man searches along the road and finds the mark on the map, there stands a large yellow school bus with an open side-door. Man's curiosity leads him in through the door. There, he realizes that the bus is a gigantic library, he realizes the preacher's challenge: to read every word of every book, find out its knowledge and then formulate its own conclusions based on its newly learned knowledge. Then go back to the preacher and be assigned the next challenge. Man's next step in self-development work is physical and mental training; man must complete lasting physical and mental effort, a person all people have the capacity to cope with --- but only those with true motivation and will have the ability. The process is repeated ad infinitum, for a true ideal inspires man to develop for his own, as well as for the benefit of the community.
Such preachers are fully aware that the self-realization work never ceases, these preachers do not offer their followers miracle cures --- for they do not exist. Instead, they provide people with the tools and conditions necessary to carry out daily actions for self-development purposes. This extremely difficult process --- working towards true ideals, has positive consequences in the form of increased life-satisfaction and self-confidence for every challenge man completes. This is when the doctrine of a true ideal is based in objective truth --- the ideal is universal, as opposed to sectarian, if the ideal cannot be applied to the other side of the earth because of contextual differences (such as religion and culture), it is not a true ideal. Indeed, more space must be given to the true ideals, and may the false ideals be eradicated, may they be leveled with the ground, may these parasitic cults --- if not eradicated, consume one another. May man realize the value of true ideals and follow them to the grave. May man follow the ideals that lead to the optimum human condition for them: may man's consciousness be a fortress, with its gates barred and its surroundings forever guarded.