BGM: Massive Attack - Be Thankful For What You've Got
It was a day off today, so I went to AEON to enjoy my free morning time as usual. I carried Ludwig Wittgenstein's "The Blue Book" to read. Although I have read it once before, I could enjoy it as a fresh one - and I found that this book certainly has a really great collection of "sudden", "spontaneous" pieces of ideas from/by him. I have to wait for the time I can have got any clear, firm shape of ideas from my unconsciousness, invisible deep sea within my mind.
I have to be careful about this - Eventually I have been doing criticizing other people's ideas as an observer. On Facebook, X, and LINE, I have been dissing others as they must be idiots - as you can see, it won't product anything anymore. As any great philosophers I respect (for example, the Wittgenstein must have been that kind of marvelous one,) I have to face my own problem, my primal issue. What can it be?
After having lunch, and taking a slight nap, it seemed that nothing had been attracting my mind as any thrilling things so I went out from my group home to the outside. I went to the bookstore, at where I found Guy Deutscher's book "Through the Language Grass". So I bought it. Oh, how many books I have been read this year? But, as you can see, I won't say reading much can show/prove how smart the one could be. At least, for me, I say that "I just don't play games, and also don't enjoy any hangouts, therefore I can read books."
This evening, I checked Takuo Aoyama's book (青山拓央『幸福はなぜ哲学の問題になるのか』.) This book has been asking to us that "how can we define each other's meaning of happiness?". How can I answer this question? This book seems really decent/gentle for me therefore I can enjoy the honest, diligent discussions within this one. This question (simply, we can shorten this as "what's your happiness?") is difficult for me to answer because I have to accept the fact that I must get the upper, greater factors to become happy. And also, I can get satisfied with the things I already have had. Yes, it is a nice trial for me to think about this difficult, primal concept.