What is unrealized gain/loss? This concept is the first step in the process of finding our true value as a human being. The ultimate goal is to find what we are worth, so that we can be as happy as we can possibly be.
This concept is most relevant in life when we’re trying to figure out what our life goals are.
We have to be able to make sense of the world in which we live. The world where we live is about what we have to do to live. We don’t have to be able to build anything, so we can make sense of it, and build.
Gain and loss are only true if you can quantify it, so we should be able to make sense of the world around us. Our life is full of both success and failure, but we can only make sense of it if we can measure it.
In the future, I would go to Hell to show my friends the good things I can do without being able to make sense of the world around me. I’m not saying that’s what you should be doing. You should be able to understand how to make sense of the world around you.
When you can’t understand something, you can’t make sense of it. Most of the time though, making sense of what you can comprehend is easier than making sense of what you can’t. In the case of the world around us, we can only make sense of it if we make sense of what our perception of it is. How we interpret this and how we act upon it is different to how we interpret anything else.
We are so conditioned to “interpret” the world that we can’t even figure out how to make sense of the things that we see around us. Most of the time, we interpret our perceptions of the world and our perceptions of ourselves as being equally valid. But it’s not an equal interpretation. We don’t simply choose what we perceive about ourselves to be an accurate representation, we choose it to be representative.
We dont simply choose our feelings about ourselves to be true, we choose them to be representative. We interpret our experiences as representative of how we feel about ourselves. And when we interpret our feelings as a representation of our actual feelings, we can easily over-interpret our feelings in the name of “self-esteem” without knowing or understanding how it is that we feel.
A great example of this is if I was to go to a restaurant and order a meal with my friends and it was on a high, and then I would see what my feelings were. As it turned out, it was probably just another meal that was being offered to us as a way of gaining insight into our reality. It was not so much what I ate as a representation of my feelings.
It’s easy to imagine that this is the case with our feelings. But our feelings are just a byproduct of our brains not being able to take in all the emotions. Without feeling, there would be no way to know about emotions. But that’s not what we’re talking about here. The term ‘unrealized gain/loss’ refers to the difference between what is actually experienced and what we project.