- Books, Literature, and Writing
Think Do You Really
Think, Do You Really?
We all do, all of us, each of us, about different things.
But do we really think;
I mean beyond what weve been taught, beyond what weve been told, beyond the worldly definition of what thinking really is.
Can you honestly say youve thought.
A children we are taught, as teens we are taught, as adults we are taught, as aged people we are taught, but to what limit.
We use past thinkers ideas to learn, but one must think after each of these thinkers died how much of their prediscessors ideas really and truely went beyond their formers.
Have we gotten to a point at which our limits of thinking have been given a period.
Hvae they ceased to go beyond the thoughts of our eldest teachers minds.
If so then how much more could be learned, found, exsperianced, taught.
Why should we let death close the book of ideas, why not insted we let it simply mark our place untill the next thinker comes along, and keep spreading knowladge anew to each new generation.
What has become so frightening about knowladge that weve stopped adding to that limitless book.
The greatest fear known other than death and pain is the unknown.
So why be its coward, why not insted think, keep thinking, stand yourself unbiased beside the countless ideas adn possibilities.
Our fear has become our dictator, the oppression against new ideas and ways of thinking have caused so many thinking hearts to draw back and desolve in fear of persecution.
Premeditations, boundries, limits, finalizations, have all caused so many eager imaginations to fall silent.
I tell you, is this not so much like the gunning down of an angel.
Now thoes whos minds see no limits, no sentancing finalizations, they are marred with the brand of lunicy, madness.
These are thinkers, each one with a vocal pen at the ready to claim a new page in that epic book.
Who are we to stop them.