One of the puzzling part of being human, or even a human being (not that I actually know that, but I suspect) is that…
…when things are not working, or not quite working, we don’t know what question to ask.
We actually don’t know what is the problem, so we cannot ask an intelligent question.
The trouble and therefore the solution is in the 99% of reality, the part is hidden from our view.
Is it hidden from everybody’s view? No.
When you put together all the people of present and past… only 90% of reality is not known… but individually we have 99% of reality hidden from us.
Yesterday I fell and hurt myself… so i am pecking out this preamble with my right index finger… taking forever. And there are possibly typos…
I may have to do audios until i can use me left hand…
When you have a strong enough latticework of things you know, you have experienced, you have believed, almost any substantial article or conversation will be an answer to your prayers.
You remember: when something isn’t working there is something you don’t know, something you don’t see, or something you misunderstood.
I read today a long article on The Guardian website, saying, in essence: By gaining greater knowledge of how others think, we can become less certain of the knowledge we think we have, which is always the first step to greater understanding.
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