par•a•digm (p r -d m , -d m )
1. One that serves as a pattern or model.
2. A set or list of all the inflectional forms of a word or of one of its grammatical categories: the paradigm of an irregular verb.
3. A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality for the community that shares them, especially in an intellectual discipline.
[Middle English, example,
from Late Latin parad gma,
from Greek paradeigma,
from paradeiknunai, to compare :
para-, alongside; see
para-1 + deiknunai, to show; see
deik- in Indo-European roots.]
How do you see yourself?
How do we see others?
How do we see the world? OK - so if all this life paradigms are incomplete - what is?
The answer is simple
Your life should center around your principles. Principles are the values and beliefs that you have. For example you may believe that hard work is important. That means that hard work is your value. If you always lived by your values, you would apply hard work to everything you do. You would work hard in school and at home. That would make it more successful!!!
Putting principles first is the most important thing in succeeding.
a paradigm is basically a way of thinking so like it is a set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices constituting a view of reality.
example i gues can be that people think football players are tough
the moon is big