Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Good Acting Requires Good Sleep and Eating Well

Abraham Maslow concocted a theory of a Hierarchy of Needs:

and the basic concept is that we focus on what ever lowest level is unfulfilled (e.g., if hungry, it is difficult to reach your full potential by performing a script well, for instance). You can read a whole book Maslow wrote on this and other complexities of human nature.

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this posted by David August at 3:15 PM 

comments: When you say Love you mean Loves of all types right? Not only people. But also hobbies, etc. Because that is what my teacher taught me.

# posted by Anonymous Anonymous : 6:23 AM  

I suppose yes. Though hobbies may also fall into self-actualization too.

# posted by Blogger David August : 1:21 PM  

Then, What do you mean by love?

And what do you mean when you say I suppose that yes?

Which one out of those do you think is the most important?

# posted by Anonymous Anonymous : 9:59 AM  

Keep in mind this is based on Maslow's work, and more details are available in his work. Important for life and acting is loving, and being loved by, people. I believe he was referring more to love between and for people, more than for a hobby.

# posted by Blogger David August : 11:11 AM  

So do you think he meant more people loving you or you loving people?

And out of all of those which one do you think is the most important!

# posted by Anonymous Anonymous : 9:26 AM  

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