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“The Brain in Action”-The Power of Your Brain Entries

Written and Posted by: Margie Babon

 

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“As the fruit to the tree and the water to the spring, so is action to thought. It does not come into manifestation suddenly and without a cause. It is the result of a long and silent growth; the end of hidden process which has long been gathering force.

Every thought, every act, every habit, is the direct outcome of a certain fixed belief, and one’s conduct alters only as one’s belief are modified, not by external force but by its own self-improvement.”                                                                                                                                            -Excerpt from the book, As A Man Thinketh, by James Allen

 

Human beings share the same task when it comes to the function of the brain…. neurologically, structurally, and biologically. Generally, we behave, we function, we work, we think, we move, we communicate in a similar way. The brain has archaic compartment where the location of the skills, behavior, and traits makes us the same. This is how the brain is organized.

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Illustration showing archaic compartment in the human brain where cognitive skills and learning are located.

Thinking is not compartmentalized but a continuous process of the brain. But having a thought of new information can be likened to having its own module, having its own cubicle signifying that a single piece of information is connected to a certain cognitive skills. The more learning and new experiences we gain; the more nerve cells connection we create in the brain. And this is how each individual separates one another—on how they are upgrading their brain through connection of  the neurons.  The more connections in the brain, the more information, learning  and the more skills we create.

Here is the 3rd set of The Power of the Brain cartoon collection showing the cognitive skills of the human brain.

 

 

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Cartoon by: Abhik Basu, India

“Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.” -Elbert Hubbard

 

 

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Cartoon by: Alexander Zudin, Russia

“With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” -William Shakespeare

“Experience is like a comb that life gives you when you are bald.” -Navjot Singh Sidhu

 

 

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Cartoon by: Ali Ghanaat, Iran

 “Gluttony is an emotional escape; a sign something is eating us.” – Peter De Vries

 

 

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Cartoon by: Moukolo Monny, Cameroon

 “Cell phones, mobile e-mail, and all the other cool and slick gadgets can cause massive losses in our creative output and overall productivity.”- Robin S. Sharma

 

 

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Illustration by: Augoustinos Kissamitakis, Greece

“Rhythm and sounds are born with syllables.” -Jean Philippe Rameau

 

 

 “We’re all born bald, baby.” -Telly Savalas

 

 

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Cartoon by: Bilig Ba, China

 “Poor nations are hungry, and rich nations are proud; and pride and hunger will ever be at variance.” -Jonathan Swift

 

 

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Cartoon by: Esmaeil Babei, Iran

 “Bad habit is like a tree. When you live by it for too long, it’s difficult to pull out.” -Anonymous

 

 

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Illustration by: Borislav Hegedusic, Croatia

 “Man is still the most extraordinary computer of all.” -John F. Kennedy

 

 

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Illustration by: Roberto Sergio Rodriguez

 “I believe you are your work. Don’t trade the stuff of your life, time, for nothing more than dollars. That’s a rotten bargain.” -Rita Mae Brown 

 

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Cartoon by: Dragomir Djukic Charlly, Montenegro

 “Let us never know what old age is. Let us know the happiness time brings, not count the years.” -Ausonius

 

 

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Cartoon by: Darko Dožaić, Croatia

 “It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle.” -Norman Schwarzkopf


 

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Cartoon by: Doru Axinte, Romania

 “I’m actually banned from the Himalayas, because I’m too good at yoga.” -Judah Friedlander

 

 

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Cartoon by: Ehsan Cheraghi Iranshahi, Iran

 “Dreaming men are haunted men.” -Stephen Vincent Benet 

 

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Cartoon by: Guibao Gai, China

 “When you’re green, your growing. When you’re ripe, you rot.” – Ray Kroc

 

 

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Illustration by: Petry and Crisan, Romania

“I like nonsense; it wakes up the brain cells.” Dr. Seuss
 

 

 

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Cartoon by: George Licurici, Romania

 “Well, I’m working all the time to stay out of trouble!” -Eminem

 

 

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 “I try to keep it real. I don’t have time to worry about what I’m projecting to the world. I’m just busy being myself.” -Demi Lovato

“It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?” -Henry David Thoreau

 

 

 

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Cartoon by: Mileta Miloradovic, Serbia

 “Shutting off the thought process is not rejuvenating; the mind is like a car battery – it recharges by running.” -Bill Watterson


 

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Cartoon by: Nikolay Levkovskiy, Ukraine

 “All the world loves a clown.” -Cole Porter

“I think we all have the urge to be a clown, whether we know it or not.” -Ernest Borgnine


 

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Cartoon by: Raed Khalil, Syria

“Today we are engaged in a deadly global struggle for those who would intimidate, torture, and murder people for exercising the most basic freedoms. If we are to win this struggle and spread those freedoms, we must keep our own moral compass pointed in a true direction.” -Barack Obama

 

 

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Cartoon by: Rahim Bagmisheh, Iran

“Old age is the verdict of life.” – Amelia Barr

 

 

 

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Cartoon by: M.S. Razm Hosseini, Iran

 “Dream the impossible because dreams do come true.” -Elijah Wood

 

 

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Cartoon by: Suratno, Indonesia

 “That’s the great thing about a tractor. You can’t really hear the phone ring.” -Jeff Foxworthy

 

 

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Cartoon by: Vladimir Vasiliev

“Working hard or working smart?” -Anonymous

 

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Cartoon by: Illustration by: Zhaleh Yoosefinezhad, Iran

 “If you can’t convince them, confuse them.”-Harry S Truman

 

 

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Note to the Illustrator and Cartoonist:

To all illustrator and cartoonist that the work appeared in this post, if you notice that a logo or brand that you included in your drawing was missing, we deleted and edited your work, thus we still consider to accept your work. And to those who have submitted promoting a product, those entries are rejected.

Showing brand, product and logo even social site logo has copyright and we cannot post it in public without any permission.

 

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Other cartoon collections (The Power of Your Brain) to watch out for:

Set 4:  The Missing Brain

Set 5:  My Heart or My Brain

Set 6:  A Dream in A Dream

Set 7:  Rage, Anger and Pain

 

To all the cartoonist who have submitted their work, please bear with us. Editing the pixel of your work and uploading the cartoon images and arranging it to a final post is pure hard work. Give us few days to finish the work.

 

“Become addicted to constant and never-ending self-improvement.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo

 

Credits:

Illustration of archaic compartment of the brain from pinterest.com

Inspirational quote from brainyquote.com and goodreads.com

 

 

 

“The Genius Brain” – The Power of Your Brain Best Entries

Written and Posted by: Margie Babon

 

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Very few people reach the distinction of being a “genius.” Of course there are many factors to consider to say that a person is a genius but the most important quality of being a genius is “they keep using their fullest potential.”

Once again, Hyperkreeytiv is very proud to discover these “geniuses” cartoonist, illustrator, and artist from different parts of the world showcasing their distinctive work. A big thank you to all of you and to other participants. We truly appreciate your effort, time, and patience for selflessly sharing a part of your heart and soul—your amazing work!!

Here are the best entries from more than hundred entries of “The Power of Your Brain” International Cartoon Submission 2017. Enjoy!!

 

“Thousands of geniuses live and die undiscovered – either by themselves or by others.” -Mark Twain

 

Top Entries Showing the Human Brain

1.     Edwin Perales Gonzales, Peru

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“Talent is a flame. Genius is a fire”-. Bernard Williams

 

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“Humor is by far the most significant activity of the human brain.” – Edward de Bono

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“I’m pretty sure my love affair with science-fiction started with ET.” -Shiloh Walker

 

EPGEdwin Perales was born in Sept. 12, 1969.  He is a graphic designer and illustrator from Peru. His work received exceptional awards in cartoon competitions in different countries like Belgium, Portugal, Colombia, Iran and Indonesia.

e-mail: enpg@hotmail.com

 

“Laughing brains are more absorbent.” – Alton Brown

 

2.     Dimitrios Georgopalis, Greece

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“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” – Albert Einstein

 

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“Do not borrow the productions of other men’s brains and pens and recite them as a lesson; but make the most of the talents, the brain power, that God has given you.” -Ellen G. White

 

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“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” – Benjamin Franklin

 

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Currently, Dimitrios is working as cartoonist and illustrator for the daily newspaper EIDISIS and the weekly Real News. He is the founding member and Secretary of the Greek Cartoonist Association Club in Greece.

e-mail: dgeo73@yahoo.gr   website: www.georgopolis.com 

 

“Comedy is simply a funny way of being serious.” -Peter Ustinov 

 

 

3.     Slobodan Butir, Croatia

 

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“Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can’t see where it keeps its brain.” – J. K. Rowling

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“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. You’re on your own, and you know what you know. And you are the guy who’ll decide where to go.” -Dr. Seuss

 

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“In boxing, it is about the obsession of getting the most from yourself: wanting to dominate the world like a hungry young lion.” – Anthony Joshua

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“Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don’t let anyone limit your dreams.” – Donovan Bailey

 

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“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” -George Bernard Shaw

“A budget tells us what we can’t afford, but it doesn’t keep us from buying it.” -William Feather

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“Soccer is simple, but it is difficult to play simple.” -Johan Cruyff

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“There’s something messed up with my brain.” -Ryan Gosling

 

SlobodanSlobodan Butir age 60 was graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Split, Croatia. He has published about 10,000 cartoons in various daily newspaper and magazines where he has been working for many years. Slobodan also worked in a local diary of Slobodan Dalmacija in Split. He held several exhibitions and won numerous awards from local and abroad such as China, Romania, Korea, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine, Iran, and Slovakia. He illustrates several books, especially those for children. Currently working for a theater poster and painting in Croatia.

e-mail: slobodanbutir@yahoo.com

“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” -Vince Lombardi

 

 

4.     Mohamed Ajeg

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“Love is like a puzzle. First it is confusing and frustrating, but when you figure it out, it’s a beautiful thing.” -Anonymous

“I would like a boyfriend. I’m a very happy person and it is the final, final piece of the puzzle. I’m looking for that shout-it-out-from-the-mountaintops, fall-in-love person.” -Andy Cohen

 

ajegMohamed Ajeg is 35-year old Moroccan artist. He graduated taking the course Bachelor on Plastic Arts. He is an art teacher for 8 years specializing in plastic art education. His drawings and cartoon were published in different publication and websites. Recently, he got the “Voloevento” prize in International Competition Italia 2017 entitled, “Cartoo’n Kite” and a special prize from Morocco International Cartoon Contest. 

 “I’m looking forward to the future, and feeling grateful for the past.” – Mike Rowe


 

5.     Saeed Sadeghi, Iran

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“If you’re embarking around the world in a hot-air balloon, don’t forget the toilet paper.” – Richard Branson

 

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Saeed Sadeghi is an art teacher and was born in 1974 in Jahrom, Iran. He studied Bachelor of Arts in painting from Tehran Art University. He is a cartoonist in local newspaper and magazines and Vice President of International Cartoon FECO in Iran.

 

 “Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” -Malala Yousafzai


 

6.     Yang Xia, China

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“Inside each of us, there is the seed of both good and evil. It’s a constant struggle as to which one will win. And one cannot exist without the other.” -Eric Burdon

 

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Yang Xia graduated from De Zhou College of Fine Arts. Her love for the cartoon leads to some publishing in prominent newspaper and magazines in China. She currently lives in Dong Ying City in Shandong Province of China.

e-mail: mingyang989@163.com

 

“Thinking: the talking of the soul with itself.”- Plato


 

7.     Zlatko Krstevski, Macedonia

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“The chief function of the body is to carry the brain around.” -Thomas A. Edison

  

zZlatko Krstevski was born in 1969 in Prilep, Macedonia. He finished the course Fine Arts major in Skopje. He organized more than 20 one-man exhibitions on painting and drawing and participated in more than a hundred international exhibitions. Zlatko is also an author and photographer of four-books on cultural heritage of Prilep. Currenly, he is the President of Center for Visual Arts “Byzant” and lives in Priplep, Krakow with his life-partner.

 e-mail: vizant@home.mk  website: http://www.gallery-museum.mk

 

“The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing your enthusiasm.” -Aldous Huxley

 

 

 8.     Rasha Mahdi, Egypt

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Brain: “She doesn’t like you.”  Heart: “What if she does?”

 “I am racking my brains to find out why he left without saying goodbye to me.” -Eva Braun

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Rasha Mahdi graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts Graphic Section in 1997. She is a member of the Organization of Egyptian cartoonists and Egyptian Fine Artists. Currently working as cartoonist, story board illustrator, creative and graphic designer for advertising campaigns.

Her work was published in most of the Famous Arab newspapers, magazines and websites as editorial cartoonist focusing on human, women and children’s right. She participated in different exhibitions in Dubai, Morocco, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, and France.

https://m.facebook.com/pages/Rasha-Mahdi-Cartoon-House/

“The secret is keeping busy, and loving what you do.” -Lionel Hampton

  

 9.     Zbigniew Kolaczek, Poland

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“Toil without song is like a weary journey without an end.” -H. P. Lovecraft

“I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.” -Winston Churchill

 

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Zbigniew was born in 1964 in Zyrardow. He is a freelance cartoonist and book illustrator and studied at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Department of Grafic, Poland.

 

 

“I wanted to become an illustrator as a child.” – Karl Lagerfeld

 

 10. Raed Khalil, Belgium

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“The world is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” -Bertrand Russell

“The tongue is the only tool that gets sharper with use.” -Washington Irving

 

raedRaed Khalil is a Syrian cartoonist and begun his cartoon publication in 1988. He is the Director of Syria cartoon and Director of Syrian International Cartoon Contest and have organized the first SYRIAN International Cartoon Contest in 2005.

website: http://www.raedcartoon.com/

 

“Tell me that you don’t like cartoons, and I think there’s something wrong with you. I don’t understand why people don’t like cartoons.” -John DiMaggio

 

 

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Top Entries Showing the Cognitive Skills

 

1.     Emad Salehi, Iran

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“What makes me happy is just keeping my brain challenged and stimulated and on its toes.” – Seth MacFarlane

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 Emad Salehi was born in 1980 in Iran. He holds Diploma in Graphic and Doctorate in Business Administration. He conducts about 40 exhibitions of his work in painting and caricature. He is a recipient of several awards from different competitions like the second biennial held in Dubai in 2002 where he won first prize.   e-mail: halob7@yahoo.com

“There is no great genius without some touch of madness.”  -Aristotle

 

 

2.     Izabela Kowalska-Wieczorek, Poland

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“The eruption of lived pleasure is such that in losing myself I find myself; forgetting that I exist, I realize myself.” -Raoul Vaneigem

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Born in 1955 in Torun and graduated at Wroclaw Academy of Fine Arts in 1980, Izabela Kowalska-Wieczorek pursues book illustrations for children, cartoons, graphic, painting and drawing. Participated in individual and group exhibitions of graphics, painting and illustration in Poland and abroad. Her work received international awards like the competition “Olive” where she got the Grand Prix. See more of her amazing work in her website and google plus.

e-mail:  bajkowiec@gmail.com      website: bajkowiec.blogspot.com

“I live a very joyful life, with a lot of laughter and good times.” -Kimberly Elise

 

 

 3.     Efat Amjadipoor, Iran

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“It isn’t the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out; it’s the pebble in your shoe.” -Muhammad Ali

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Iranian cartoonist and illustrator Efat Amjadipoor  was born in 1989 in Mashhad, Iran. She participates in various national and international festivals where she received numerous prizes.

 e-mail: efat_amjadipoor@yahoo.com

 

 “An illustration is a visual editorial – it’s just as nuanced. Everything that goes into it is a call you make: every color, every line weight, every angle.” -Charles M. Blow

 

 

4.     Érico Junqueira Ayres, Brazil

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“I never accepted the idea that I had to be guided by some pattern or blueprint.” -Little Richard

 

“I always think about the next generation and creating a different blueprint for them. That’s my goal: to let them know there’s another way.” -Janelle Monae

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“No, I will be the pattern of all patience; I will say nothing.” -William Shakespeare

 

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Erico Junqueira Ayres was born in Salvador, Brazil in May 26, 1948 and live in São Luis (Brazil) since 1956. A self-taught in graphic arts and cartoonist since 1969 and has published six graphic humor books. He graduated in Civil Engineering and Doctorate in Urban & Regional Planning. Currently retired from Federal University of Maranhão.

“The trouble with retirement is that you never get a day off.” -Abe Lemons

 

5.     Masoumeh Rahimi, Iran

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“Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage.” -Richard Lovelace

“I existed in a world that never is – the prison of the mind.” -Gene Tierney

 

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Masoumeh Rahimi was born in 1986 and currently living in Iran where she obtained graphic diploma in arts.

Email: masoumerahimi12@gmail.com

 

“Share your smile with the world. It’s a symbol of friendship and peace.” -Christie Brinkley

 

6.     Igor Smirnov, Russia

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“Live like you’re already dead, man. Have a good time. Do your best. Let it all come ripping right through you.” -Jeff Bridges

 

IgorIgor Smirnov was born in Moscow in 1944. Graduated from Institute of Arts and work as a cartoonist and illustrator since 10970. He received more than 70 awards from international and local competitions like the French Academy of Caricature and Russian Academy of Arts. Igor live and work in Moscow.

e-mail: smirnovigor44@bk.ru

“Forty is the old age of youth; fifty the youth of old age.” -Victor Hugo

 

 

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Everyone has a touch of being a genius but many are afraid to overcome their own fear of expressing who they are, cultivating their talent and follow passionately what do they really want in life.

Human brain is goal-oriented organism and it knows by itself that it wants to succeed and make accomplishments. And this is what separates the genius from average people—- genius understands that the power within them is to take action of what is in their mind. To produce something out of the thinking mind like the artist, cartoonist, and illustrator that produce tangible results out of imagination, deep thinking and passion.

Again, thank you very much to all the participants around the globe. Know that all of you are incredibly genius!!

“Genius is the ability to put into effect what is on your mind.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald 

 

Credits:

Quote from Goodreads and Brainy Quote

Cartoon and illustration by:

Edwin Perales Gonzales, Peru

Dimitrios Georgopalis, Greece

Slobodan Butir, Croatia

Mohamed Ajeg, Morocco

Saeed Sadeghi, Iran

Yang Xia, China

Zlatko Krstevski, Macedonia

Rasha Mahdi, Egypt

Zbigniew Kolaczek, Poland

Raed Khalil, Belgium

Emad Salehi, Iran

Izabela Kowalska-Wieczorek, Poland

Efat Amjadipoor, Iran

Érico Junqueira Ayres, Brazil

Masoumeh Rahimi, Iran

Igor Smirnov, Russia

 

“Great geniuses have the shortest biographies.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“We can all be geniuses because one definition of genius is the infinite capacity for taking pains.” -Knute Rockne

 

Watch out for other entries coming soon!

 

Socrates and King Solomon

Written and Posted By: Margie Babon

 

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An artist rendition of two wisest men that lived in human history, King Solomon (left) and Socrates (right).

 

Two very wise men written in history named Socrates–the wisest man in Greece, and King Solomon– the wisest and richest man that ever lived will teach us the irony of having wisdom in life though considered both as wisest yet their way of living is far different from each other, one is rich while the other one is poor.

Wearing same thin cloak and walking barefoot towards the agora or marketplace, Socrates always ask people “What is the meaning of life?” Same questions every day so that Socrates will gain the attention of the crowd treating his own city of Athens as a large schoolroom. But when people ask Socrates, “So what do you do for a living?” Socrates answered, “A philosopher.” The meaning of philosopher in ancient Greece is lover of wisdom. Socrates considered being a philosopher is a profession. Yet Socrates did not ask for sum of money or payment when he is teachings his students. Unlike other philosophers, he did not write anything but focusing only on interrogating people in his home city of Athens by asking each and every day on what is their opinion and views.

As Socrates is challenging the mind of the market goers, people asked Socrates “What is wisdom?” and Socrates answered, “I don’t know.” The wisest man in Greece claims that he doesn’t know much anything except by asking question. He was known through his Socriatic method of question and answer, and he states that the unexamined life is not worth living. He was the inspiration to Plato and everybody recognizes Socrates as the wisest man in Greece but unlike King Solomon who possesses great wealth, the wisest man in Greece was poor. By going to the marketplace every day, Socrates waits for someone to invite him for the banquet so that he will not go home hungry. He doesn’t have regular occupation and he chooses to be poor.

Unlike Socrates who doesn’t have wealth, the third King of Israel named King Solomon is considered as the richest man that ever lived. Under his leadership, he made his country successful with wealth and prestige. King Solomon brings so much success in commerce and building big projects while creating a large household having many wives and children.

According to the Bible, the wisdom of King Solomon is what he had wished for that was granted. Characterize as wiser and richer from other leaders, Solomon is famous by his wisdom in that different kings and queens from other countries sought after him to seek his advice.  King Solomon is not only a good adviser but also a writer and noted as one of the great authors on wisdom literature.

Based on two different stories and opposite destinies of  Socrates and King Solomon,  they prove that one can gain wisdom regardless of status and even age. That wisdom guarantees nothing but to the one who knows how to care about it and apply it with practicality, wisdom has its own great reward.

There are people who get high grades in school, some gains high position on their job, overflowing with facts and technical knowledge but lack of human understanding. Ask them the deeper meaning of life and they will not answer with such wisdom. On the contrary, there are illiterate people who doesn’t know how to read and write, some did not earn high school diploma even  college degree but working as street or market vendor, driver or even janitor but can speak of wisdom based on hardship of life experiences overcoming challenge and facing another.

Wisdom is a very rare quality that no one can buy but acquired through sharing, from reading books, from experiences we gain, from seeing things around us with appreciation and comprehension and from the people we meet along our path whether an opposite  of who we are or someone who  mirrors our own self.

Wisdom is an important attribute for a strong character to create a meaningful and fulfilled life. I don’t believe that only few people are wise and have wisdom. Wisdom lies in every human being but for others to access it, it needs to cultivate and let it blossom on its own.

What is the use of wisdom if we will not apply it in reality, if we do not use it as a tool or a guide to be a better person? Wisdom has no use if we only keep it in our thoughts. We should live by it, apply it with practicality and take action to see its fruition for our own improvement and growth.

 

“He who is not contented with what he has, would not be contented with what he would like to have.”-Socrates

“Who is the wise man? He who sees what’s going to be born.” King Solomon

“The art of wisdom is knowing; for there is no final answer only more questions.” –Jim Rohn

 

 

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