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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

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But Yin-Yang model explains mechanics of it...
See, I kept telling you since post#1, lets discuss life. But you insisted on discussing members here.
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Yes but not too quickly though.. or that is called something else..
something what?
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something what?

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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

Intuition & Reason....can be related as Yin-Yang

Out of many intuitions can emerge a reason...and out of many a reason can arise a flash of intuition.
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

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Intuition & Reason....can be related as Yin-Yang

Out of many intuitions can emerge a reason...and out of many a reason can arise a flash of intuition.
which one of them in Yin and which of it is yang?
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

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which one of them in Yin and which of it is yang?
I consider intuition as Yin and reason/reasoning as Yang.
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

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I consider intuition as Yin and reason/reasoning as Yang.
makes sense, usually women have intuitions and tend to rely on them while a man, usually gives in to reason.

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makes sense, usually women have intuitions and tend to rely on them while a man, usually gives in to reason.

Curious why you didnt use your signature ""
Just to know whether you are really a newbie or an oldie with a new avatar...you could not resist pointing it out
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Just to know whether you are really a newbie or an oldie with a new avatar...you could not resist pointing it out
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when sunnykode signed up
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

Happiness and Sorrow....from in midst of happiness there is a germ of sorrow and vice versa.

This germ of sorrow then transforms happiness to sorrow, but not completely as there will remain a germ of happiness...the cycle continues.
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

Capitalism and Socialism...Yang and Yin...in midst of capitalism there is always atleast a germ of socialism...and in midst of socialism there is a germ of capitalism.
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Capitalism and Socialism...Yang and Yin...in midst of capitalism there is always atleast a germ of socialism...and in midst of socialism there is a germ of capitalism.
and one yang which works is dictatorship. all of USSR's progress was under Stalin's danda. So are success stories like SIngapore or Malaysia.
Both China and India have mixed these concepts, but who has got better results?
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and one yang which works is dictatorship. all of USSR's progress was under Stalin's danda. So are success stories like SIngapore or Malaysia.
Both China and India have mixed these concepts, but who has got better results?
Progress brought about by dictatorship is like explosion, if not harnessed properly by democracy that has to follow soon after, will surely lead to disaster.

North Korea did not allow democracy to manifest, whereas South Korea did...and you can see the difference. South Korea's growth was triggered by dictatorship but harnessed by allowing democracy to flourish.
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Re: Yin-Yang identification thread

Dhurao Tse says,

Collaboration = Ying
Competition = Yang

Within each collaboration, there is an island of competition...and within each competition, there is element of collaboration.

For example, enemy's enemy is my friend...has roots in collaboration in competition...if that enemy is eliminated, then enemy's enemy sudden becomes an enemy.

Thus, the result of collaboration may be competition and vice-versa
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For example, enemy's enemy is my friend...has roots in collaboration in competition...if that enemy is eliminated, then enemy's enemy sudden becomes an enemy.
haha .. .

Let's say I have an enemy A. A's enemy is B. So B is my friend.
Now if A is eliminated, B's enemy is my enemy. But you cannot call B an enemy , can you?
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