Finding that equilibrium in family and society


Finding that equilibrium in family and society

water finding equilibrium

Water flow disrupted

finding its alternatives

equalizing equilibrium

to level the playing ground

typography luck technology blur

when ‘Yang’ forces are too strong

the ‘Yin’ comes to rescue

in family, work-life, or societies

aligning that ‘Yin-Yang’ harmony!

back view photo of a woman in black sleeveless top carrying a toddler

no matter how hopelessly life seem

in love, family, or work, remember

the universe is listening- an equipoise

like the sun sets, the sun will still rise tomorrow.

group of people sitting indoors

one manโ€™s loss is another manโ€™s gain

respecting work-force; oneโ€™s employees

thatโ€™s how profound human beings are

in finding that balance; that equilibrium.

judgement scale and gavel in judge office

in mandating more equity with inequity

assigning financial, economy, and market shares

altering political systems affecting families and society

the effectiveness outcome, too, depicts a need for stability; an equilibrium.

Quotes:-

  1. A system is in equilibrium when the forces constituting it are arranged in such a way as to compensate each other, like the two weights pulling at the arms of a pair of scales.  – Rudolf Arnheim
  2. Equilibrium is the profoundest tendency of all human activity. – Jean Piage

Published by Chen Song Ping @ TPTan

Chen S.P. enjoys pottery works, cartoons, painting and poems. She shares insightful experiences about being a carer for people with mental illness and cancer.

21 thoughts on “Finding that equilibrium in family and society

      1. No, it looks the same. I tried refreshing and entering the post other ways and on different devices but it ends up the same. Looks great on your site though ๐Ÿ‘

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