The Maturity Climb
The Maturity Climb
whats up with the goats you guys....
gee, this is awesome. let's climb some...
pretty darn accurate
It's okay but it's so cute!
the maturity climb
Yeah I agree with a lot of those things, but the blames self for world one. Unless you are George Bush, there is no reason to blame yourself for the modern state of the world. I suppose you could say that he blames himself for not improving the world, or maybe blames himself for not improving his life, but not the world. No one but the people as a whole, are responsible for the bad things in our world.
Cartoon goats on a mountain illustrating the fundamentals of maturity. Surprisingly it works.
This is quite good (not so sure about the Sunday-school-type graphics), but what is the "obsessed with facts" goat doing in the most-mature group? Is he more mature than the "obsessed with questioning" goat on the middle level? I don't think so. In fact if they switched places it might work.
And "blames self for world" is not a sign of maturity -- maybe they meant "takes responsibility for own contribution to the problems of the world" or something.
A thought-provoking poster.
Subnormality borders on preachy at times (this being one of them). This is stuff we all should've felt wise for figuring out ourselves in high school. Pat yourself on the back about it all you want, but don't do it in public.
I think it is actually "great form to know nothing and blame yourself for the world," though it is not precisely without interpretation. More accurately it is to realize that one cannot know everything, and the more you know about something the more unknown information is revealed; it is then not that one knows nothing, but one knows his knowledge is next to nothing compared to what he doesn't know. again interpretation strikes with the latter part of the comment. Is it good form to blame oneself for the world? not precisely, we should be accountable for our own actions and interactions. Is there a problem in the world? if yes what are you doing to help fix it, if nothing then you are to blame for the continuation of said problem.
This (almost) perfectly puts maturity into perspective. Other than the "Blames world for himself" guy, this is great.
Not flawless but has some interesting points. I'd much rather live in a world populated largely by those on the top level.