Saturday, October 14, 2017

With respect towards "the outward display of genius"~

EPL- INFORMATION FOR YOUR BUILDING SOUL


SM13~

"All outward genius is brought about, in it's degree (ingenious) of/by hypervigilance, which is truly a heightened state of manic anxiety.
One who is not complete, searches outside himself, therefor trying to interact and even impress himself upon the field.
This comes about from feeling inadequate, possibly from birth [one birth to another?].
Further, when we see that there is no true axiom in the areas of 'how one who is sane should be/act', one would wonder who one is trying to impress, in sanity's scope?
As most who are thought to possess a higher state of consciousness, or here, hypervigilance, are often thought of as eccentric, only saved from (being termed) insane by contribution of some sort (now hailed genius), on toward society, at large.
More so this contribution towards a society which has time immemorial been proved quite insane in it's very scope.
Inward genius, or truly ingenious, is simply deduction brought about by self introspection.
Tell me which is to bring about the statement I AM?
Or should the highest statement be 'WE ARE, BECAUSE WE DO'?"

gen·ius
ˈjēnyəs/
noun
  1. 1.
    exceptional intellectual or creative power or other natural ability.

    "she was a teacher of genius"

    synonyms:brillianceintelligenceintellectabilitycleverness, brains, eruditionwisdom, fine mind; More

  2. 2.
    a person who is exceptionally intelligent or creative, either generally or in some particular respect.

    "one of the great musical geniuses of the 20th century"

    synonyms:brilliant person, gifted person, mastermind, Einstein, intellectual, great intellect, brainmindMore
adjective
informal
  1. 1.
    very clever or ingenious.

    "a genius marketing ploy"

in·gen·ious
inˈjēnyəs/
adjective
adjective: ingenious
  1. (of a person) clever, original, and inventive.

    "he was ingenious enough to overcome the limited budget"

    synonyms:inventivecreativeimaginativeoriginalinnovativepioneeringresourcefulenterprisinginspiredMore
    • (of a machine or idea) cleverly and originally devised and well suited to its purpose.


Hypervigilance is an enhanced state of sensory sensitivity accompanied by an exaggerated intensity of behaviors whose purpose is to detect activity. Hypervigilance may bring about a state of increased anxiety which can cause exhaustion.

so·ci·e·ty

səˈsīədē/
noun
noun: society
  1. 1.
    the aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community.

    "drugs, crime, and other dangers to society"
    synonyms:the community, the (general) public, the people, the population; More
    • the community of people living in a particular country or region and having shared customs, laws, and organizations.
      plural noun: societies

      "the high incidence of violence in American society"
      synonyms:culturecommunitycivilizationnationpopulation
      "an industrial society"
    • a specified section of a community.

      "no one in polite society uttered the word"
    • the aggregate of people who are fashionable, wealthy, and influential, regarded as forming a distinct group in a community.
      noun: high society; plural noun: high societies

      "a society wedding"
      synonyms:high society, polite society, the upper classes, the elite, the smart set, the beautiful people, the beau monde, the haut monde; More
    • a plant or animal community.
  2. 2.
    an organization or club formed for a particular purpose or activity.

    "the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals"
    synonyms:associationclubgroupcirclefellowshipguildlodgefraternitybrotherhoodsisterhoodsororityleagueunionalliance
    "a local history society"
  3. 3.
    the situation of being in the company of other people.

    "she shunned the society of others"
    synonyms:companycompanionshipfellowshipfriendshipcomradeshipcamaraderie
    "the society of others"


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