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Deciphering the Differences Between “Human Progress” and “Human Development”

We can change human progress by having invented the wheel, by devising and innovating countless other assets of technology and medicine, and even by influencing the events and conditions that support human rights and sustain socio-economic systems, as well as our natural resources.  But to truly advance the course of human history through human “development” — and establish the authentic elements for peace and prosperity — then the genuine effects of emotional human brain development must be devised, recorded and implemented with the same savvy and might of technological innovations.    However, we must reconcile that Adult-Neuroplasticity falls short of fulfilling, representing and producing the full effects of Neuroplastic potential and therefore, is an unlikely candidate for liberating the dormant power of our undiscovered cognitive brain potential.   Advancing human brain potential can only be accomplished through childhood brain development — because — BRAIN development is CHILD BRAIN DEVELOPMENT.  That is the key!    We must become masters of “Emotional Math” – Why? — Because ‘cognition’ is a mathematical function and the human brain is emotionally developed   [and nothing is exempt from fundamental mathematical definitions — so, please folks, never let anyone convince you that there is such thing as a ‘non-cognitive’ skills.  Numbers and arithmetic are incapable of describing everything but the Basic Principles of Math, such as a pattern or sequence, are capable of describing everything – keep that in mind] !    Emotional Brain Cognition is what fuels and supplies all other quotients of intelligence.    —So —- the new age definition of “Cognition” ought to be changed from the traditional definition of “the ability to acquire knowledge and information via our sense” — and transformed into a new definition describing ‘cognition’ as: “The emotional ability to access and acquire knowledge and information via our multi-dimensional sense throughout the child brain development years, culminating in the adult abilities to continually learn by exercising and mastering the skills of foresight, common sense, computational thinking and intuitive reasoning, to conduct all of our abilities in creative, constructive, compassionate and optimistic venues, reflecting the unlimited possibilities of universal knowledge”. 

We trust in others abilities when we trust in our own abilities, i.e., our own intuitively developed abilities.  This type of genuine trust in ability development diffuses any unnatural inclinations to be offended by what others say and do, even when we misunderstand them.  This is sweetly complex, but also simply uncomplicated.  This would work in everyone’s favor because the ability to trust in others’ ability, to trust their own intuitively developed abilities, would mean that we are consulted by our intuitive sensibilities, which receive their cues from the advanced emotional math we’d all possess, and that type of emotional math will be the defining direction for the outcomes of our most human defining characteristic — creativity.  We can only know and experience the resulting brilliance of any creation when we can trust all emotions behind the creative process, be those emotions of sadness, gladness or madness.  We’ll never know beforehand exactly which emotions will supply our creative ideas, that is why we need every emotion to function as a knowledge venue — whether our ideas will be for a technological innovation or a newly organized system of efficiency  in another field or endeavor of life – this is the one part of precognition that we can only foresee in our imagination and intentions.  Trusting all emotions is the same as trusting the creative process.

In the end, ultimately, Human Progress and Human Development are only one in the same, as they ought to be, when they are synthesized in accordance with the naturally encoded elemental requisites for our brains’ full emotional potential development.