Create a state of chaos
Chaos Quotes (738 quotes)
From Chaos to Calm in an Instant: How to Create a Positive Anchor
Creating harmony in chaos. We are faced with so many things that draw us away from the most simple, deeply nourishing and fulfilling moments. The voices of we are not enough…….. What if we came back to the simple moments? What if we already have what we need to flourish, create balance and ride the wave of life?
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. I buried a box underneath the sand on a remote Japanese island four years ago, containing a message, an item of mine, and a question scrawled spontaneously on a tiny piece of paper. It remained above the high tide mark of the azure, almost untouched waters for years. Why did I bury it? I liked part of the mystery, the novel-esque thought of recovering a secret box years down the line, and handing it to someone important to me, passing on another little tale in a rather eccentric life to a curious human spark. Another way of looking at the reasoning behind the burial of the box was espoused by the philosopher Nietzsche a few hundred years ago: "Those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music". A coincidence spread across centuries led to this small change in my life; what effect would burying this box in the sand have on my own future, or someone else's?
It may also mean space, the expanse of air, the nether abyss or infinite darkness. Hesiod and the Pre-Socratics use the Greek term in the context of cosmogony. Hesiod's Chaos has been interpreted as either "the gaping void above the Earth created when Earth and Sky are separated from their primordial unity" or "the gaping space below the Earth on which Earth rests". In Hesiod 's Theogony , Chaos was the first thing to exist: "at first Chaos came to be" or was  but next possibly out of Chaos came Gaia , Tartarus and Eros elsewhere the son of Aphrodite. The notion of the temporal infinity was familiar to the Greek mind from remote antiquity in the religious conception of immortality.
Sign up, it's free!
Jump to navigation. Life is stressful. The stressors of day-to-day living can be brutally overwhelming. Left unmanaged, stress will slowly build upon itself until we find ourselves spiraling out of control: back-to-back meetings, deadlines, difficult coworkers, irrational bosses, school, projects, walking the dog, errands, social engagements, cooking, cleaning, arguments with spouses, crying babies, colds, flus, planning for the next day, and the never-ending to-do list. We wake up, churn and burn through the day, pass out, and repeat. In other words, we inadvertently bury it and keep going which perpetuates the very cycles that got us here in the first place.
Humanity thrives on the premise that order prevails as a result of deliberate intentions hence our constant urge to be its de facto custodians. However, order predates human existence and is a preserve for a higher power. The defiance of this natural law, though providing a short-term solution has catastrophic consequences in the long term. It is without saying that you do not mess with Mother Nature; advise which is to be ignored as owner's peril. For even in chaos and turmoil, order will always prevail buttressing the proposition that order exists in disorder. All living organisms are guided by unwritten laws, which provide guidance and natural order even for the animals in the jungle. It is this order that prevents self-harm and obliteration of our entire race thereby protecting us from extinction.
Since the inception of the company back in by Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google has arguably gone on to be one of the main influencing factors of the Internet since the new millenium. A large presence in the stock market, plus assets and equity that total to an unthinkable amount of billions have enabled the company to branch out beyond their search engine and into a large array of fields. The 30 Harshest Author-on-Author Insults In History [Editor's note: While your Flavorwire editors take a much-needed holiday break, we're revisiting some of our most popular features of the year. This post was originally published June 19, Family tree of the Greek gods Greek cosmological entities Essential Olympians and Titans The essential Olympians' names are given in bold font.