Points It's Important To Know About Numbers. We Like Them - We Hate Them

Points It's Important To Know About Numbers. We Like Them - We Hate Them

Lundgren Mcfarland


Why?

With apologies to Shakespeare - "let me count the ways"

What numbers should we love?

birthdays
data and crime lab stats as in the media shows
numbers
addresses
happy anniversaries
milestone markers of our children
test scores
lotteries
horse races
What numbers can we hate [or dislike]?

school math
birthdays
weight
body mass index
test scores
sad anniversaries
Some numbers are in both categories because our love or hate sometimes depends on the actual number!

Numbers in cultures and religions

In certain cultures our age number is assigned when we finish that year along with other cultures that age number emerged at the beginning of the season - beginning on the beginning of life. So you age number will differ based on your culture!



In Hebrew, all letters use a numerical equivalent and every word's number will be the total of the individual numbers - therefore words have numerical meaning along with the literal meaning. As well as the Hebrew bible [Torah or Old Testament] features a book called Numbers.

Particular numbers have significance based on your beliefs. A few of these are 3, 7, and 666.

Children love numbers

counting games
board games
birthday candles
the quantity of cookies or presents
what their ages are
just endless reciting of numbers or counting
Teens and Adults enjoy the love-hate relationship with numbers

If we so love numbers when we're young - how are you affected we commence to dislike them?

Let's begin with parents who want to talk about the terrible 2's. Include the 2's so "terrible" or shall we be pre-programmed to consider so? And will we pass this on to our youngsters in order that they start learning that some numbers are not-so-good???

We possess the amorphous "someone" who tells us that arithmetic is hard. I am not sure who started this myth yet it's a myth. Worse - we tell children that arithmetic is more difficult for girls than for boys! So those numbers begin to enter the hate category.

We love to turning 13! We are teenagers! And soon we are able to drive!

We desire to get high gpa's at school and on the tests that "matter." When the numbers are certainly not what we were hoping or expecting we sad and even depressed. Yet a smattering of us wonder if those test numbers mean anything in real life outside school. We assign love/hate in their mind.

And in many countries we like to reaching the legal era of driving, drinking and voting or marrying. These seem to be good numbers so we love them.

Unless, needless to say, we hate them!

Look at the numbers in your lifetime and instead of using a love/hate relationship with these, imagine whatever they mean to you and why...after which learn to love them all! They may be your numbers plus they are you!

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