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Saturday, December 20, 2014

An OBJECTIVE OPINION is only as OBJECTIVE as the human perception formulating the OPINION.

Don't be in a hurry to condemn because one doesn't do what you do or think as you think. 
I am simply content with myself; I don’t compare or compete with another.
Everything is actually perfect, being, perfectly itself. If you want to compare something to anything, it makes the most sense to compare it to itself, in such a case; it's nothing other than perfect. 
A diamond with a "flaw" is still perfectly as such, and could never be anything else. 
Only when we take to comparing something to another thing which, it could never be do we come to this idea that there is imperfection everywhere.
Perfect as in you could never be anything else. Name someone who is "perfect" according to your standards. If perfection is someone who has never lied, doesn't go hungry, doesn't lust, never got angry, etc. sorry to break it to you, but that person doesn't exist. 
That’s the baggage that a lot of people have. Perfection is this unrealistic feat they wish to achieve.
It is your story so you can write it however you want, what I see is, trying to protect the outside influence. ....may be good, but failing to take into account the possibility of outside influence and being vulnerable.
So in one sense, nothing is perfect in life, and everything is below par. But, by a necessity, if you examine closer, instead of nothing being perfect in life, everything is actually perfect, being, perfectly itself.
For, if we're to compare something to anything, it makes the absolute most sense to compare it to itself, in such a case; it's nothing other than perfect. 
So, really, whenever I find that there is reason to think that X is meaningless, where X is any arbitrarily selected subject, I always tend to find the road winds around to exactly the opposite conclusion once a little more thought is applied.
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. 
A wise person never knows all, only fools know everything. Most of the greatest evils that a being has inflicted upon another have come through one’s feeling quite certain about something which in fact was false. But of course truth is stranger than fiction. 
Fiction has to make sense, depends on who you are talking to and what subject. 
Train yourself to see the good in everyone, forget about your idiotic loyalty to what you feel you are defending. 
To argue with a person who has renounced the use and authority of reason, and whose philosophy consists in holding humanity in contempt, is like administering medicine to the dead. 
Nothing in the universe is contingent, but all things are conditioned to exist and operate in a particular manner by the necessity.
Those who invalidate reason ought seriously to consider whether they argue against reason with or without reason; if with reason, then they establish the principles that they are labouring to dethrone: but if they argue without reason which, in order to be consistent with themselves they must do, they are out of reach of rational conviction, nor do they deserve a rational argument.
This doesn't mean that we should welcome suffering, or purposely seek it out. But when it does appear in our lives, we should be aware that, beneath its negative surface, there is an opportunity for growth and deepening.
We have been provided a set of knowledge and processes that should we choose to utilize them, we can maximize our potential and make ourselves into the best humans we are capable of being. 
The obvious point is that there simply are not enough stories, perspectives, knowledge in the end; it's a matter of perspective.
You choose how you want to view the situation or even the world.
Have you ever experienced a moment that you couldn't find the words to explain? 
No, not because the words were hard to find - but because there wasn't a word already invented to name that particular moment.
What relatable moment/feeling/circumstance do you think deserves to have a name for itself?
So it is...