Friday, November 20, 2015

A Thought: Illogic

by John Boodhansingh of Zero Mindfulness

If you want to understand those who seem to you "illogical," then you must think illogically yourself.

At which point you will realize that the illogic of others is logic to them for it's the frame of reference through which they perceive life.

Not much different than how your own thoughts, words, and behavior may well appear illogical to others, though you, yourself, believe them to be "logical."

Similar can be said for “normality,” “sensibility,” preference, and so forth.

In the end, perspectives are neither “wrong” nor “right,” as all are equal and are functional for those who use them.

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