Monday, October 31, 2005

Objectivity

There are people out there who seem to lack objectivity. It appears they want to foist their agendas upon the whole world.

We are afraid they aim to hijack reason and brainwash our children.

We need to fix our own objectivity problems before we worry about them. We need to do it for ourselves so we can teach our children to do the same. If we do that, our own objectivity, and our children's minds, will be unassailable.

3 Comments:

Blogger Phil Plasma said...

Do you have a ten step guide on how to do this?

9:58 AM  
Blogger Phx said...

I'd choose passion over objectivity any day, as long as I'm causing more good than harm.

11:51 AM  
Blogger Copernicus Now said...

hi phil -

Excellent question. No.

If we need a guide book, we can probably find one online, or in a bookstore. What we need the most is more living examples.

We need to be those examples.


hi phx:

Why choose? Why cut your experience of life in half?

Passion and objectivity.

Feeling and clarity.

Cheese and wine.


[You can check out phx's blog Phoenix Rising 8. She really is about passion. And she writes like a dream.]

8:09 PM  

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