In 'Avengers: Infinity War', Thanos is one of the main characters: a purple giant warlord, who believes that there are too many people in the Universe with not enough resources. Furthermore, he plans and eventually succeeds to make half of the world population disappear by snapping his jeweled fingers.
However, the truth seems to be quite the opposite: the more individuals we are, the more resources we can enjoy.
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Ever since 1950, movies dealing with topics such as climate change, asteroid impacts, nuclear holocausts, pandemic etc have greatly increased in number. Especially between 2010 and 2019, these kind of movies having as main focus apocalyptic subjects kept movie theaters full to their maximum.
One of the greatest such movies was 'Avengers: Infinity War', which immediately after its release became a worldwide blockbuster.
Individuals tend to generally believe that things cannot go but from bad to worse. However, history has always proven that there is place for and improvement will forever happen, at its own pace.
Humanity might have lost most of its faith in the ability of improving, however, this process is real and occurring over and over again.
Pop culture, be it movies, music or TV series, is increasingly and blatantly relying on the past, and using our feeling of the longing of the past, our nostalgia, to bait us into watching or liking the content.
The world, according to many people, is heading towards a wrong and dangerous direction, and we are longing for a less complicated life, trying to find it in the past.
There is one truth that applies to everybody and to all fields: passion leads to meaningful results.
Passion is also what makes the difference between employees: while a standard employee will be satisfied with working the regular hours in order to get his pay slip at the end of the month, a passionate worker will search for deeper answers and take on more projects simply because he enjoys working.
Becoming a logical person involves cultivating intellectual habits and skills that may seem simple, but are only achieved after lots of education and training.