Distance as we know it is a numerical measurement of how part objects are. Sometimes, there are some cases where distance is an experience that doesn’t only apply to physical objects. But many other things, internal or external experiences, that distract or create a distance.
In psychology, human geography, and the social sciences, distance is often theorised not as an objective metric, but as a subjective experience. These some of the cases where distance refers to anything that is helpful to model certain physical situations but are used in theoretical mathematics. Also, distance can be used to measure non-physical entities in certain ways of collaborative relationships.
It is everyday life living within a certain measure of physical lengths, even a simple estimation. These are instance where we measure or assume the distance from A and B, which can be interchangeable with distance from B and A. Or A and Z which also can be interchangeable with distance from Z and A. All clearly done in the description of distance. With all the movement it’s easy to notice that when two points are interchangeable there is influence. As the journey from point A starts with the mind and doesn’t end without experiencing its immediate surroundings. So, to conclude that our physical distance is not enough without this other form of distance people experience. The distance from our internal perspective to our external perspective – focus.
When focus diminishes that’s when absent-mindedness can make things look far from grasp or influence. But when we start to bring our minds on the centre of interest it becomes a mental condition that draw in every aspect of life to one accord.
When our focus is disturbed there is a weak recollection of occurring events, and some events are the ones which can leave a lasting spot in our sphere of influence. The distraction can also ruin the clarity of our next move in cases where the events are the main reason for this thing called purpose.
As humans we can feel the distance and of course it is just a ‘feeling’, therefore appears to be no valid units of measurements to grasp with some specific information and identify what is really happening. Still it remains a ‘feeling’ which concur with internal thoughts and external surrounds. Also, with issues regarding our internal thoughts and external surrounds we see the forbearing root of fear, motivation and other social psychological negotiations. How we manage our internal thoughts and external surrounds has several effects to how maintain a certain level of focus.
The people who deliberately come up with actions, willingness and goals, which are their motivation, they the same way feel motivated through the influence of society, culture, lifestyle etc. Whatever the motivation we might have, there are forces behind the rising or decreasing of the level of get-up-and-go or inspiration. One of the forces is this thing called distance – that is taking into account one’s focus and the relationship between their internal thoughts and external surroundings. Inspiration comes from both our inside and our surroundings. Both spheres are equally important, and one domain is dependent on another. When this balance lapses it affects our focus and motivation. Which is a peril to our own making. In the end, creating fear and anxiety.
Fear is made possible by this imbalance between our inside and outside worlds. Focusing on one and forgetting the other is the breeding ground all other things doubtful. Our thoughts and our immediate surrounding are side-to-side popular spheres that are equally important, and dependent on another. When there are uncommunicated gaps it affects the level of confidence. It affects the state of appreciation of one’s own abilities or qualities. Because fear is the voice that divert the focus and create a distance to move towards the distressing emotion.
So, many of everyday life or rather domestic issues are caused by the instability between our internal thoughts and external surrounds. The instability will create a sense of lack within individuals – more so like a cracked rock you avoid trampling upon it because you don’t know how and when the rock will give up and fall apart. Separating our internal thoughts and external surrounds it’s like creating a cracking world around ourselves. The solution isn’t everything about responding to our inner thoughts or surroundings, it can be just being aware of them.
Focus is just as simple as saying, the emphasis I have on internal thoughts doesn’t create a distance away from external surrounds.
Focus is just as simple as saying, the motivation I have on internal thoughts doesn’t create a distance away from external surrounds.
Focus is just as simple as saying, the attention I have on internal thoughts doesn’t create a distance away from external surrounds.
Focus is just as simple as saying, the effort I have on internal thoughts doesn’t create a distance away from external surrounds.
Focus is just as simple as saying, the value I have on internal thoughts doesn’t create a distance away from external surrounds.
It just saying everything comes in, and where there in inclusivity there is sustainability. And by so doing we take note of a lot of things and ideas that we knew existed.
However, the fact still remains that distance in mathematics is a function or a generalisation of the concept of physical distance. This function will only behave according to a specific set of rules and is a way of describing what it means for elements of some space to be ‘close to’ or ‘far away’ from each other.
‘’Let your eyes look straight ahead; fix your gaze directly before you. Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.’’ – Proverbs 4:25-26.