Notice that sustains does not mean to keep the status quo – it does not mean that nothing ever changes. It does not mean utopia. It does not mean that bad things never happen. There will always be floods and hurricanes. Some businesses may fail, some people will go hungry. Sustainability means that we continually work to make things better and we make sure that the systems we set up are helping rather than harming the process” (Hart, M. 1998).
When defining the concept of ‘sustained analysis of literature’, the phrase encompasses the ability to continue to critically or dialectically discuss, dissect, assess or evaluate yet produce and synthesize new literature – literary works from authors, researchers, theorists, teachers, doctors, sociologist. literary sources and resources. literary issues and collaborations, interpretive thoughts of reflexivity. Likewise, there is the appreciation of literature designed and constructed from the historical past, the modern and postmodern present for the purpose of a sustainable future. The appreciation of literature written or produced as a result of diversity, conformity, and change is consistently analyzed in support of a sustainable future, an enduring society. Ultimately, what sustains literature are the contextual structures in which it is created. They are a vital part of the imagery, the concrete and finite aspects of the purposive cognitive perspectives from which it was formed. The appreciation and sustaining of literature is the outcome of the humanistic concepts of cognitive well being, freedoms of expression, and sustainable need to continue to exist. The Arts, the Sciences (both natural and applied), Theories of Psychological Processes, Sociologies, Mathematics are all sources of literature – vital sources of intellectual sustainability and a continuance of life.