A New Convention.

Here’s a quick thought…

A lot of the things we fear are not necessarily because of fear of the actual thing. Like, people don’t really fear “failure”, for instance, for the most part, failing a test does not have intrinsic ability to trigger fear, but it’s what the consequences are perceived to be that inspires said fear. Like, what would people say when they realize I “failed”?, how will I look in front of my “peers” that will “advance”? I think you get the picture.

It’s okay to have bought what you were sold way before you knew what you were buying…

But why, oh why, are you – up till this point in your life – holding on to, living by and being ruled by baseless human conventions?

So here’s that quick thought… Let’s making thinking a convention!

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