- Sunday, March 29, 2009
- The Ethics of Self-realization
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Self-realization is the expression that describes man's utmost satisfaction. Beyond is an infringement on others and things; below is direct or indirect self-degradation. One might be excessive, or might fall short; but as long as he/she tries to elevate his/her awareness and develop the compatible atmosphere and behavior, he/she is said to be trying to overcome alienation. Freedom is the negation of alienation, and the prime requisite for creativity and progress. Unless freedom is attained progress will remain an objective development that is independent of man's will, and self-realization remains remote.