Discovering Social Clarity
Nickantony Quach & Alec Mustafayev
Narrated by Nickantony Quach, Alec Mustafayev, Norman D. Baker, and their guests, the YouTube series Discovering Social Clarity on the channel Ri4CTV presents the concept of social clarity and explains why everyone should discover how its power could make internal conversations more effective, meaningful relationships much stronger, and the actualization of personal ideals go faster. The series is based on, and participates in, the making of nomenclature for social clarity that is called Thumoslang. This nomenclature is a collection of over 800 falsifiable thumbnail definitions. Viewers will see how they can use many Thumoslang thumbnail definitions in combination as compelling evidence of a balance between logic and emotion in every social situation. Some may even join in for further development of the social-clarity movement.
- About Nickantony Quach
- About Alec Mustafayev
- About Norman D. Baker
- Origin of the Series
- Mission Statement
- General Requirements
- Social Clarity for the Individual
- Estimated Word Count
- Release Notes
Produced by the Quach & Mustafayev Group, Discovering Social Clarity is a video series presented on the YouTube channel Ri4CTV. Its first filming session began in March 2021. The series is narrated by Nickantony Quach, Alec Mustafayev, Norman D. Baker, and their guests.
The series on Ri4CTV presents the concept of social clarity and explains why everyone should discover how its power could make (1) internal conversations more effective, (2) meaningful relationships much stronger, and (3) the actualization of personal ideals go faster. The series is based on, and participates in, the making of nomenclature for social clarity that is called Thumoslang. The nomenclature is a collection of over 800 falsifiable thumbnail definitions.
Viewers will see how and why the strength of Thumoslang’s architecture of social logic is derived from its enduring thumbnails. They will see how they can use many Thumoslang thumbnail definitions in combination as compelling evidence of a balance between logic and emotion in every social situation. If their life, through the use of Thumoslang, quickly improved over a short period of time, many viewers would want to join in for further development of something new for humanity: the social-clarity movement.
For ease of reference, Thumoslang thumbnail definitions can all be found online in the Thumoslang Dictionary. Acting as a great trailhead for every new journey in social life, the Guide to Thumoslang walks you through most of the ins and outs of Thumoslang and gets you started on a faster track to your ideals as you create your ideal self and achieve what you truly want to become.
Nickantony Quach is a published philosopher, an expert in quality assurance, and a successful father. The originality of his philosophy, called Thumos, was brought about by his fatherhood kept on a perfect balance between logic and emotion by his professional expertise. All is documented and explained by his 2017 book Thumos: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration.
The book could not be finished until 2016 when its authors saw how its falsifiable philosophy greatly improved the life of a visiting professor at Brown University. The power of the book, however, was not fully appreciated until four years later when the philosophy was split into two different components. When you strip the rules off of philosophy, what remains is its nomenclature.
When Nickantony Quach stripped the rules off of the Thumos philosophy, what remained was its nomenclature, called Thumoslang. The first high school student who grew up with it is Alec Mustafayev, who graduated from Classical High in 2020.
Alec Mustafayev is a published author based in Rhode Island who has been writing fiction since his early teenage years. His writing journeys are documented in various YouTube videos on Ri4CTV. Since high school, he is the first to grow up with Thumoslang, the nomenclature for social clarity. Part of this growth is documented by the YouTube series Thumoslang104.
The Dog’s Day is what Alec named his second piece of work on fiction. He came up with the original idea for it in 2018 and wrote the bulk of its first draft in the same year. Though fiction is an essential part of his ideals, he could not bring himself back to the work until the start of 2021, when he could no longer, without writing, handle all the many new ideas that popped up in his mind over the prior two years.
As soon as Alec was on his way to finish his second book within a year, Nick realized that he was having the exact same issue. Nick could not bring himself to do a follow-on book within four years after his first book was published.
In 2020, Alec proposed that Nick would publish what they internally refer to as the Thumoslang glossary and make it an independent product. Nick did not follow through with the idea because he did not believe that any glossary would make a good product by itself.
In January 2021, Nick finally came up with a way to present the glossary, not as a simple list of definitions but as a structured presentation of ideas. As soon as Alec saw it, he acclaimed: Thumoslang Dictionary! The result is now presented at thumoslang.wordpress.com/dictionary.
As soon as the dictionary is in shipshape, Nick saw a need for the Guide to Thumoslang. It took Nick and Alec the entire month of February to produce the first draft. The result is now at thumoslang.wordpress.com/guide.
Once the guidebook was on its way and looking like a sizable book, Nick thought that it would be good to have a video series taking the audience through both the guidebook and the dictionary, let alone the original book. Alec was quick to name the series Discovering Social Clarity. Within a few hours after the series was named, they came up with the above introduction for the series, on the fourth day of March 2021, and started to figure out what the first episode should have.
The main goal for the series Discovering Social Clarity is to encourage several of the locals in Providence, Rhode Island to participate in the making of a new social movement getting humanity to focus on what will bring it to the next level of success: social clarity. They could participate full time if they would not have to worry about survival expenses such as housing, utilities, etc. This is why fundraising is the series’ first objective.
The very first episode should therefore answer the following questions:
- 1 What is Social Clarity? Why is it important?
- The answer can be found in several chapters in the guidebook.
- 2 Why is social clarity important for the individual?
- See below: Social Clarity for the Individual
- 3 Why is social clarity important for a group?
- 4 Why is social clarity important for an employee?
- 5 Why is social clarity important for a student?
- 6 Why is social clarity important for a friend?
- 7 Why is social clarity important for a parent?
- 8 What is the social-clarity movement? Why is it important?
- 9 Which group is responsible for starting the social clarity movement?
- 10 How should members of the group work with one another?
- 11 What should they do in 2021 or 2022?
Here are several reasons why social clarity is important to the individual.
- 1 Making Internal Conversations More Effective
With social clarity in his internal conversations, thanks to Thumoslang, Norman feels much more at ease with himself and with how he deals with social requests working against his ideals. This is explained by the Guide to Thumoslang under the section Introduction and the section The Importance of Thumoslang.
- 2 Making Meaningful Relationships Much Stronger
Thanks to Thumoslang, Jairson Ascencao discharged the power of social clarity to heal the relationship, which has been damaged over the years, between him and his mother in just a few weeks. Most did not know that until after he disclosed the fact in, Video Letter to Lucia, which is Episode 1 in Season 3 of the YouTube series NDBaker93.
- 3 Making the Actualization of Personal Ideals Go Faster
The actualization of your ideals goes faster when it regularly involves your best group, which is the small group of in-person, second-mind friends who are the best for the nurturing of your ideals.
- 1 What is Soclarday?
Soclarday is August 14th, the yearly deadline for announcing an updated version of your ideal self for use by yourself and others. That is how people around you will know how to avoid interfering with your life in the New Year. This practice is part of the social movement known as Social Clarity Now.
- 2 Why the 14th of August?
The date was chosen because it is six months away from the 14th of February, which is Valentine’s Day. The former is for yourself whereas the latter is for the possibility of another person.
- 3 Origin of the Day’s Name
Soclarday is short for Social Clarity Day. The shorter version is chosen because the extended version has too many syllables. Furthermore, to make it a world-wide thing, the name needs to be exactly the same in all languages. Since the spelling of Soclarday can only be explained but not directly translated, it will be likely to be used as-is in every culture.
As originally proposed by Nick, the word was spelled without the R. On the same day, Alec suggested that we should insert an R to make it easier for English speakers to pronounce the word. Others should feel free to make it a silent R if that would help in how they articulate the word in their native language.
- 4 Who came up with the idea?
Nickantony Quach came up with the idea on the day after Norman D. Baker declared in March 2021 that one of his ideals is to create a worldwide holiday.
- 5 What is Social Clarity Now?
Social Clarity Now is the name of a worldwide social movement being proposed hereby. This is to be further elaborated in the near future.
This section will be removed in the final draft as it contains only editorial information.
- Section 1 has 388 words, 211% ave. Introduction
- Section 2 has 157 words, 85% ave. About Nickantony Quach
- Section 3 has 60 words, 33% ave. About Alec Mustafayev
- Section 4 has 3 words, 2% ave. About Norman D. Baker
- Section 5 has 354 words, 192% ave. Origin of the Series
- Section 6 has 77 words, 42% ave. Mission Statement
- Section 7 has 119 words, 65% ave. General Requirements
- Section 8 has 166 words, 90% ave. Social Clarity for the Individual
- Section 9 has 330 words, 179% ave. Soclarday
In total, this book has around 1654 words. That’s 5 pages, with 350 words per paperback page as a working average: source.
Of the 9 sections, the average word count per section is around 184 words.
Revised at 8:46:57 AM on 3/6/2021 in Rhode Island, this document is updated regularly online and periodically updated in print. It’s part of the Thumoslang Book Collection. Select the following link for the latest version of this document
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