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Learn your own code

If we feel that it is too complicated to understand how the various programs of our self work. Moving back on the timeline to when this program was just a few lines of code will help us understand the case better. Read it in this chat

We had explained the analogy between the operating system and the different software programs on a computer and those programs of our energy bodies. Since this analogy is so far successful, let us try to learn our own code. If you want to refresh your knowledge about this explanation have a look to our previous chats:

As humans we learn by observation. Notice the life around you that is rich in different kinds of humans from all ages, animals, plants and what we consider as non living. This awareness enriches our lives with experiences. This is not a call to increase your level of intrusion to others life. Just be attentive to the examples and situations life present to you. It is exactly what you need to learn. Anyhow, life is generous. If you didn’t catch the first example, it will provide you with a next one and maybe in a louder voice.

Few lines of code vs a complete app

It is easier to understand new things when they are simple and uncomplicated. Think about a new language that you try to learn. Typically you start by few everyday words to make a quick win like Good Morning and Hello. Then you start to know about the alphabetic and how letters are pronounced. That’s far easier than when you are required to make a complete correct sentence or a paragraph then an essay after that.

Other typical life example is when you try to learn one of this age languages i.e. computer languages. You start by one or two simple info about the programming language and then you pop up “HELLO WORLD ” to the screen. It will take you few minutes to make it happen.

hello world software
HTML Code for a red HELLO WORLD written on Notepad
What about a complete app?

Now think of any mobile app or game you are using. Think of the complexity of the code lines. Just know that it needs 5 software engineers for 18 weeks to build a mobile app that sells. You can find this reference here: How Many People Does It Take to Create a Successful Mobile Application?. Think also of a game that is having different player modes, single player or online challenges. Each mode will have a devoted software team to develop it within the general guidelines.

Now think what is easier to understand or debug. these 2 or 3 lines of codes or 10’s of thousands of code lines?

How this is related to our own code?

This introduction explains why we try to understand how babies are programmed. That’s a milestone in our way to understand our own code. Now we shall start with a new born. As adults or young adults, we are built up of many lengthy software programs running together. On the other hand, the baby has no code in some parts of his/her software while other parts of the software programs are delivered complete, functioning and, auto developing. The complete functioning programs are those responsible for running our internal body functions as breathing and blood circulation. The digestive system is full functioning as it extracts the necessary nutrition from the milk and throws away what it doesn’t need but it needs development and control. It will develop to handle complex meals. More controls will be programmed to the Excretion system of the food wastes. These new lines of code will be responsible for the request, timing, location and hygiene. This program will continue to grow as this system responses differs based on the environmental effects, the locations, the situations we are in and the type of food we eat.

Can we tune this program to serve us better?

We can intentionally add few lines of code to create an early alert system. That’s when you program that when I feel those triggers it means that I need to eat within a couple of hours or I need to place myself near a place to discharge some wastes. Those are the lines of codes that serves you better than the emergency alert of dizziness that means “you need food now” or the stomach ache that says “you need to discharge now”. That’s a scratch on the surface of the development of our digestive and excretion programs.

Let us explore another easy to understand part of our own code,

One of the software subprograms that are empty at birth is that of speaking and the associated vocabulary library..

Let we move for sometime with this speaking subprogram. Think about a baby that you want to teach him the first one or two words. How many days and repeating were needed. The result was not as expected for the first few month. Then some words starts to flow without the right order or maybe out of context. During the school time this program grows complex. At some stage the baby who had grown into a student now is writing some debate or persuasive essays. Think about adding a second or a third language and being fluent in them all. Now what about adding technical vocabulary related to your profession or hobbies as diving or fishing..

Do you imagine the amount of data and processing added to this subprogram and continue to add to it as long as we live and learn. This subprogram is part of the mental or intellectual energy body beside many others related to analysis and math operations.

What about the software related to our emotional energy body?

The initial software coming with the newborn includes one main emotional reaction which is crying. Babies are crying. as WebMD says for 2-3 hours a day, they’re trying to tell you something with their tears.

Usually crying attracts sympathy and attention. Not to mention the crying of such cute creature. Babies cry when they are hungry, unsettled, wet or uncomfortable. They come out of the womb with this little program; whenever the body needs something, this need is fulfilled through crying. For many families this is a frustrating time in the life of the child. The family doesn’t understand the exact need of the baby when he cries but they run few inherited actions on the hope that one of them will satisfy the need and this crying session will end.

IS Crying Good or Bad?

Let us focus on the crying itself on later stages of the life timeline. Crying implies that this who is crying is subject to an overwhelming fear or sadness. But originally, it was a way to fulfill a need or gaining some benefits. As childs grow, especially boys, they were either advised or ordered not to to cry to grow up as men. The below quote from WebMD emphasizes this idea.

We all cried when we were babies. But now that we’re adults, many of us often try to hold back our tears in the belief that crying — particularly at work or in public — is seen as a sign of weakness, or as something to be ashamed of

Is Crying Good for You? from the WebMD archive

We had explained the analogy between the operating system and the different software programs on a computer and those programs of our energy bodies. Since this analogy is so far successful, let us try to learn our own code. If you want to refresh your knowledge about this explanation have a look to our previous chats:

As humans we learn by observation. Notice the life around you that is rich in different kinds of humans from all ages, animals, plants and what we consider as non living. This awareness enriches our lives with experiences. This is not a call to increase your level of intrusion to others life. Just be attentive to the examples and situations life present to you. It is exactly what you need to learn. Anyhow, life is generous. If you didn’t catch the first example, it will provide you with a next one and maybe in a louder voice.

Few lines of code vs a complete app

It is easier to understand new things when they are simple and uncomplicated. Think about a new language that you try to learn. Typically you start by few everyday words to make a quick win like Good Morning and Hello. Then you start to know about the alphabetic and how letters are pronounced. That’s far easier than when you are required to make a complete correct sentence or a paragraph then an essay after that.

Other typical life example is when you try to learn one of this age languages i.e. computer languages. You start by one or two simple info about the programming language and then you pop up “HELLO WORLD ” to the screen. It will take you few minutes to make it happen.

hello world software
HTML Code for a red HELLO WORLD written on Notepad
What about a complete app?

Now think of any mobile app or game you are using. Think of the complexity of the code lines. Just know that it needs 5 software engineers for 18 weeks to build a mobile app that sells. You can find this reference here: How Many People Does It Take to Create a Successful Mobile Application?. Think also of a game that is having different player modes, single player or online challenges. Each mode will have a devoted software team to develop it within the general guidelines.

Now think what is easier to understand or debug. these 2 or 3 lines of codes or 10’s of thousands of code lines?

How this is related to our own code?

This introduction explains why we try to understand how babies are programmed. That’s a milestone in our way to understand our own code. Now we shall start with a new born. As adults or young adults, we are built up of many lengthy software programs running together. On the other hand, the baby has no code in some parts of his/her software while other parts of the software programs are delivered complete, functioning and, auto developing. The complete functioning programs are those responsible for running our internal body functions as breathing and blood circulation. The digestive system is full functioning as it extracts the necessary nutrition from the milk and throws away what it doesn’t need but it needs development and control. It will develop to handle complex meals. More controls will be programmed to the Excretion system of the food wastes. These new lines of code will be responsible for the request, timing, location and hygiene. This program will continue to grow as this system responses differs based on the environmental effects, the locations, the situations we are in and the type of food we eat.

Can we tune this program to serve us better?

We can intentionally add few lines of code to create an early alert system. That’s when you program that when I feel those triggers it means that I need to eat within a couple of hours or I need to place myself near a place to discharge some wastes. Those are the lines of codes that serves you better than the emergency alert of dizziness that means “you need food now” or the stomach ache that says “you need to discharge now”. That’s a scratch on the surface of the development of our digestive and excretion programs.

Let us explore another easy to understand part of our own code,

One of the software subprograms that are empty at birth is that of speaking and the associated vocabulary library..

Let we move for sometime with this speaking subprogram. Think about a baby that you want to teach him the first one or two words. How many days and repeating were needed. The result was not as expected for the first few month. Then some words starts to flow without the right order or maybe out of context. During the school time this program grows complex. At some stage the baby who had grown into a student now is writing some debate or persuasive essays. Think about adding a second or a third language and being fluent in them all. Now what about adding technical vocabulary related to your profession or hobbies as diving or fishing..

Do you imagine the amount of data and processing added to this subprogram and continue to add to it as long as we live and learn. This subprogram is part of the mental or intellectual energy body beside many others related to analysis and math operations.

learn-code-1

What about the software related to our emotional energy body?

The initial software coming with the newborn includes one main emotional reaction which is crying. Babies are crying. as WebMD says for 2-3 hours a day, they’re trying to tell you something with their tears.

Usually crying attracts sympathy and attention. Not to mention the crying of such cute creature. Babies cry when they are hungry, unsettled, wet or uncomfortable. They come out of the womb with this little program; whenever the body needs something, this need is fulfilled through crying. For many families this is a frustrating time in the life of the child. The family doesn’t understand the exact need of the baby when he cries but they run few inherited actions on the hope that one of them will satisfy the need and this crying session will end.

IS Crying Good or Bad?

Let us focus on the crying itself on later stages of the life timeline. Crying implies that this who is crying is subject to an overwhelming fear or sadness. But originally, it was a way to fulfill a need or gaining some benefits. As childs grow, especially boys, they were either advised or ordered not to to cry to grow up as men. The below quote from WebMD emphasizes this idea.

We all cried when we were babies. But now that we’re adults, many of us often try to hold back our tears in the belief that crying — particularly at work or in public — is seen as a sign of weakness, or as something to be ashamed of Is Crying Good for You? from the WebMD archive

That’s where the society writes some program lines in our own code that locks some functions we were used to while we were little childs as the crying. Crying has a lot of health and psychological benefits that you can read about in the above article from webMD. The society interference added layers of code above the original crying program to suit its measuring criterea for the good and bad, the strong and the weak.

In Conclusion,

If we feel that it is too complicated to understand how the various programs of our self work. Moving back on the timeline to when this program was just a few lines of code will help us understand the case better. We had examined the development and upgrade of the digestive system, the speaking and the crying subprograms.

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