This is the second time we’ve featured Mr. Ryback’s photography. In the first installment, we discussed the concept of the “three levels of self awareness”. In this installment, we discuss the concept of “three levels of self-awareness”.
I tend to agree with the first assertion. I think that the concept of this being a video game is pretty cool. But the second assertion is more interesting. It seems that there are two levels of self awareness. One where we consciously think of ourselves, and one where we unconsciously think of ourselves. And that second level of self awareness is the one that we are on in the very moment of our action. At that moment, we are consciously thinking of ourselves.
While most of us have an idea of who we are, most of us are not aware of the process, which is also called the ‘I’ part of the self. The ‘I’ is the part of our brain that keeps us from acting out, so it’s the part of us that we don’t fully remember of in the moment. This is the part that we feel is most important.
Like most of our actions (except maybe for the one that we are currently doing), the I is in the moment of our doing. The I is the part of our brain that keeps us from acting out, but the I is also the part of us that we rarely ever forget. The I is the part of us that keeps us from acting out, but the I is also the part of us that we never think about.
My own I keeps me pretty much from acting out. I usually let go of things, or I get really lazy, or I just get bored. I really dont have much to say about this, but it’s something I like to think about. It’s the part of us that makes us think about our I’s as much as our actions.
One of my favorite stories we have at this point is in the first chapter of the book ‘My Favorite Stories’. It is about a boy who is talking to his father, and he is telling him that he is a normal child with normal interests like playing video games and hanging out with friends. The father is a bit annoyed by this, and so he tells the boy to be himself, to keep himself from doing anything too silly, to try and keep his friends away from him.
This is an interesting story that ties in with the philosophy of this book and the concept of my favorite stories. What makes me feel like I am not normal is that I have a parent who gives me orders, and I am trying to follow the rules, but they’re making things hard on me. My dad has this idea in his head that I am not trying hard enough to keep my friends away from me, but I am, and I’m not saying this in a judgmental way.
The story is about a teenager named Andrew Ryback who is obsessed with photographing himself. His father has him take every picture of himself, and Andrew runs around outside in the backyard making funny and embarrassing photos of himself. In an attempt to keep his friends away from him, he is constantly getting himself in trouble. The story is about how he is able to keep his friends from finding out, and the importance of self-awareness.
The story centers around the concept of being aware of your surroundings and being aware of the things around you. This is an important concept that is often lost in contemporary writing. A little bit of self-awareness goes a long way in this story because Andy Ryback is aware of being able to see himself in a mirror, he is aware of being able to have a relationship with his father, and he is aware that being a teenager is hard, but that he is not alone.
One of the most memorable things about this story is that it is almost a mirror image of a certain famous film. The famous film is Taxi Driver, and for some reason both the plot and the camera angles are exactly the same. The story centers on Andy Ryback’s obsession with a beautiful girl named Amy, and how despite his best efforts he can’t connect with her. For some reason this girl is constantly in his head, and he spends most of his time trying to kill her.