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bruce sean wrote:
That is illogical. It doesn't follow logically from what I said, inviting another to look at it, that I'm confused. Does anyone else think this is not so?
You said you were unsure as to whether or not truth could be translated into words. You are even confused about the things that come out of your own mouth.
I am unsure, yes, about the truth being translated into words. Not being sure, I can discover, right now-not, having discovered in the past, I repeat it like a robot.
Unsure does not mean confused.
Obviously Eden any psychological authority, or concluder is confused to, because that authority is also using memory. What most do not understand is a lightening of their mental baggage and load is what insight does. Insights do not give you more beliefs they make you lighter freer, and wise with less to defend, and nothing more in the form of knowing solutions, or conclusions to accumulate. Real Cooperation can never take place between believers anyway. The teacher student relationship in anything except the technical is false . :-)
You've missed the point. Only in uncertainty can one discover something new.