Posted by: Costin | May 11, 2011


I’ve always admired people with visions. Not the witchcraft ones but visions of life, plans that others might consider belonging to dreams, some in complete contradiction with social regulations. To have a vision means that you have higher expectations, that you see the ordinary as a mean and not as a scope, ordinary meaning a happy family, a nice house a shinny car. To have a vision means that you have elevated from the self achieving state and you’re now thinking of the safe being of others, you have completed Maslow’s pyramid of needs (extended 7 layers one that just a few sociology books talks about it) and have the desire to go further and further in broadening your horizon of knowledge.



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