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Juxtaposition Juxtaposition is the act of comparing or contrasting two items or ideas. Juxtaposition is a circumstance where two unlike things are next to one another. It has the tendency to draw attention to the qualities of each. For example, Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well" contains elements of both comedy and tragedy, an interesting juxtaposition. 1. An act or instance of placing close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast. 2. The state of being close together or side by side. Juxtaposition is the art of contrast, the foundation of dichotomy, and the tool of both subtlety and boldness. In art, this usually has done with the intention of bringing out a specific quality or creating an effect, particularly when two contrasting or opposing elements are used. The viewer's attention has drawn to the similarities or differences between the elements. In using juxtaposition, we are able to take two seemingly incompatible things and combine them in a way that highlights both to an even greater advantage. Juxtaposition is what gives us charming scoundrels such as Han Solo, killers with a conscience such as Jason Bourne, and fanatically loved villains such as the Phantom of the Opera. The battle scene that takes place in a posh ballroom, the car chase in a minivan, the happy reunion in the midst of a thunderstorm-all offer an unexpected element that boosts the scene from ordinary to memorable. Now days, people are using juxtaposition even to find out the right candidate who can become a leader in future in an organization. It uses to analyze the quality lies on a person. Hence, that person can concentrate to sharpen his talent in leadership skills. All have certain skills that are unique with others. So try to find out the skills in you and move forward. A leader is always can view things separately and act accordingly. There are many programs available to improve the leadership qualities. An interested person can utilize such kind of leadership programs to achieve success in their life. The Human Design System is a scientifically validated system. In short, it says that everyone lives his or her shadow, also called the not self. In an actual illusory world of paradoxical experience of what called here 'the juxtaposition'. According to this truly fascinating and revealing theorem of juxtaposition, every person and living being on this planet has a magnetic monopole at the center of his or her body, the function of which is to hold us together in a rather unattractive illusion of separateness. Each individual experiences the drama of life/matrix/Maya as a shadow of oneself,


while a 'better life' is constantly eluding us. - Ralph Nataraj


Juxtaposition