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Propositional Food For Thought

Updated on August 20, 2011

Ignorance is bliss, and bliss is a comfortable suitor for lack of understanding. A lack of understanding leads to faith. Faith is a daunting tool of egocentrism. Contextual faith should be prophetic in nature and should not be decoded by self proclaimed deities. Instead let us have faith in our ignorance.

Can we truly expect humans to understand their own existence? It is only by some dilapidated sense of the word "life" that we believe we will find our greatest ally in finding true understanding of self. We seek purity and beauty in triviality, deny prospective to the sheltered, perpetuate indiscretion, bestow litigious boundaries, and project a scope of self that is riddled with undeniable lack of ingenuity. That which so many seek does not exist, at least not to our comprehension. Instead if we allow the exploration of contingency to guide us we may find that which is indisputable is only true of its derivative.

Define it, then define its application. Understand that if you lack the conception you will find only deception. Identify the variables and the intangibles you seek. Find the reason with an understanding of its cause. Adorn that which you know to be true with the prefix of naivety and incomprehension. Only then will the question be answerable.


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      trecords0 6 years ago from DeLand, Florida

      Very poetic. Only by becoming without the self do we come to the self. Like having pride in our humility, the human condition remains rooted in ego.