Pyramid Philosophical

Monday, April 13, 2009


If you intuitively 'know' something is right it doesn't have to be internally argued to be a justifiable belief. It is just accepted. This can be why some individuals can act seemingly in an unconscionable and conflicting 'out of character' way that can repulse others. Their belief is unshakable, yet possibly indefensible. Earlier knowing can be misjudged and never corrected. Continuing review of personal beliefs can result in new knowledge and understanding and what was right can suddenly become wrong.

Conflicts in thinking can be removed and a more complete and consistent psyche attained.


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