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The Framework For The Reality That Nothing Is Beyond Reason

June 25, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 104

Think about it, without matter to how ridiculous anything may seem; nothing can be applied to reality without matter to how unusual it seems. Let me explain that concept. The concept of strange is only "strange" when we first experience something, not when we get used to whatever was strange to us at first. For example, space flight was strange when it first really happened in Russia in the mid twentieth century because it was the first time for humans to do it. Yet, is it unusual and exciting today? Not really. Although that is a generalized point to what I am writing about, I think it begins to get across this message.

Listen, the word "weird" becomes normal after it is experienced enough, without matter to how unreasonably unusual the situation may seem at first to people.

To my way of thinking, "unusual" is not morally questionable, it just has to be experienced enough to be made normal. My point is not to debate morals or anything like that. My point is to create a dialogue and understanding that knocks down unneeded barriers of what is "unusual" or "out of the ordinary." For, genuine tolerance is being able to experience anything that is not genuinely harmful or destructive easily without matter to what it may be. Genuine panic is the exact opposite of the sort of tolerance I am talking about. When I say "panic", I mean that unreasoning state that says "the world, existence and the universe is one way, flat and that is that." The mental state that is "set in its ways" without creativity and fear of the interesting or new.

So when I say the words "unneeded barriers", that is exactly what I mean; unneeded barriers are the weaknesses that should be discarded, and I use the word should with total logical and honest meaning and cautiously, because, usually, "should" is used by the mental state that is "set in its ways" and fears change. So I use the word should sparingly and cautiously even in my normal conversation outside of articles and the like. For innovation is the law, stagnation is the genuine exception. There is always a better, more creative way to do things. In the late nineteenth century in the United States, the patent office for inventions considered closing because they considered all that could be invented was invented at the time.

With even part of that example, do you get what I am getting at? There is always a better way to do things no matter how one way seems like the best and we get set in that way for a while. Creativity is the law, stagnation is the exception. That is real especially when it comes to expanding values. So, to end, take a look around and see if it can be done better, get that creativity working for yourself. You cannot get to the gold mine unless you dig. The treasure is within you. I am always doing my thinking, now you do yours!

My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.

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