Today we had a tremendous enumerative session at IIMA class of honor. The belongingness of being separated in a viable portion of goods is not the outcome. Let me begin to jot down my thoughts on understanding valuable basics from the world-renowned professor. The most significant learning I had today is how to differentiate animal hunting from treasure hunting. Probably no one will agree with me in the class with my differences of opinion. But I request the reader to respect my opinion. And I am not using literal meanings but only jotting down my thoughts in this enumerated successful blog. The most excellent literature always begins with unknown categories of thoughts. Do you see when a conceptual problem is discussed, every student understands it in different ways. And my learning today is different from the professors’ way of presenting. I agree with every point of economics that I learned today, and it has been the most incredible exponential knowledge learned. But do you see a physical distance is making me during covid an obstacle to take his blessings?
So I am writing this blog to expound my wonders in understanding businesses from a perspective of theories and practice. In practice, life isn’t as straightforward for everyone who does a great job. A job in a performance society carries dignity and respect. I understood the economic decision point of view, but what I do have a question is does every decision we make should have an economic point of view in its humble theory. I know the monetary terms are the most outstanding players who influence entire humanity, but I could not digest life in monetary terms can be overwhelming but scarcity. However, I understood every bit of wisdom shared by the professor on scarcity in human belongingness, whether he could be a sizeable corporate leader or a small street vendor. The scarcity drives the people for the trade-off. Here I differ in my opinion, but I could not discuss with the professor because I do lag in communicating well in critical legislative systems. So let me express to my blog readers that, yes, scarcity drives economic trade-offs. Still, scarcity in accompanied people belonging to poverty is the same as a scarcity of economic people belonging to leveraged dialogues. Do you see the difference?
The animals in human beings are primarily scarce, not due to accompanied wealth but due to aggressive prototypes. There could be expressions of love shared by everyone. But the human nature belongs to divinity. The divine beings know how to convert a scarce element to an opportunity(though it might extract it), but everyone knows that life isn’t all about scarcity and trade-offs, but life is all about beliefs and trust. Do you see the difference the trust is an element of scarcity in a street vendor about belongingness, whereas belief is scarce among the valued literary people? There is a difference between trust being scarce shared values and beliefs as a low amount among the untrue elite. I said untrue elite because those are the people who bargain the scarcity of belief for want of existential threat. Do you see the difference? Trust cannot become scarce in a government ruled through cognizance and being inculcative of policies. But beliefs can become scarce.
A person believes he belongs to a category of specific typo errors. It does not mean it is always a typo error. It simply means type error has a significant difference in its opinion. It only means type error is the belongingness of scarce element. I see every individual or human has type errors in their history or their travel history. I mean by typo errors, which carry the scarce element from a divinity point of view. A type of error can be scarce, and it has to be dealt with as a practical way towards life’s problems. But a scarce element in the trust is a dangerous element to human behavior and a threat to languages and religions. The governments need to regulate so that trust does not become a typo error, but trust becomes a habit of policies and becomes part of human birth. Do we see a love shared by a baby when born as scarce? I do not know, but I see that a baby’s love when born is not scarce. It is not human life that is scarce; it is the existence of human life that is scarce. And we need to live with it, is my learning in today’s class. I wish to ask the professor this question when I am ready to take his blessings for enriching my so much knowledge in a simple class. This is only one part of my jotted thoughts, but great learning is a personal asset.
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