Pyramid of Logical Needs

Pyramid of Logical Needs
I believe in Abraham Maslow?s perspective on the pyramid of logical needs. His primary needs in the pyramid are food, clothing and shelter. These needs will be required before any other, to survive in one?s environment. As the pyramid climbs higher, belongings and love is the next step that needs to be taken in the ladder of human needs. For everyone needs to feel wanted and confined by someone or something in order to live with a inclusive life and the feeling of being desired and cared for by someone. Aesthetic and intellectual needs are fourth in line of the chain of needs and this is important because everyone needs the sense of being intelligence to survive in the economic world today. The very last need on the chain is self-actualization. This need is for oneself and for only one because it takes time out for a person to recognize what he/she mean and it helps regain self-confidence.
The level that means the most in this pyramid is the second level of belongings and love. For if, there was no love in this world then life would be very depressing and boring. All of the daily happenings in this world revolve around love and hate. How one might interpret them. One?s possessions are very important also because what one has, is what one lives off to make life worth wild. Many belongings mean so much to a person no matter what it may be.

In conclusion, to the battle between Abraham Maslow?s hierarchy of human needs to Viktor Frankl?s challenge, to show that self-transcendence is the highest human need. Maslow?s human needs are beyond far more complete,for everyone should spend time on one?s self instead of worrying about other?s and their existence.

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