I am I and my circumstances Here it is a phrase, brilliant, of the Spanish philosopher Ortega y Gasset. We are not accustomed with this type of thought. In more than the times, we accustom in them to think dicotomicamente, that is, parting, dichotomizing. Gasset, through the phrase at the beginning of this article, insinuates us that none I, I without relations am one, or, unprovided of relations. Any one of us, human beings beings, is a relationary being. It does not have ' ' eu' ' , separate of history, the culture, at last, of the surrounding environment. The phrase of Gasset takes us to reflect it on the contemporary craze to think, and, truily to believe that only the fact to trust something already is enough so that happens This meets spread in the culture. In such a way one becomes extremely difficult, if not impossible, to make with that the people understand and perceive the things in another way.
Books of auto cheap aid (mainly), innumerable times of you celebrate authors (the market of the auto aid is without shade of doubts one promising market), stimulates the one that if believes something, so that if it becomes possible to carry through it. In the reality, however, the things can be different It is not enough to believe, to trust, to invest in the positive thought, or, that name if gives to it. What this craze of success through the power of the thought has made is to tamponar the reality. Hindering the innumerable people who work on it, to transform it. What it interests some, therefore, obviously, the things accurately remain thus such which are But, without it is interesting, however, to the great majority.
These it interests, this yes, the transforming action. Conscientious action on the circumstantial reality to each one and until possibly to all we. I am I and my circumstances We are we and our circumstances If not to act on the circumstances, never we will obtain to effect changes, in fact, in our lives. we will go, perpetually, to only be teorizando, make a speeching on changes that in the practical one never happen. ' ' eu' ' he will be always a slave. We will be always enslaved Nothing more than one joguete (or joguetes), at the hands of strange, unknown forces, a time that ignored, ' ' propositalmente' ' , to if affirming the supremacy of the magical thought: I trust, I I believe, I I can, I I go We trust. We can We go Without the conditions are analyzed so that such occurs. What it is deplorable. truily a pity