Fact is that being mindfully reasonable and making an effort to be authentically…

Fact is that being mindfully reasonable and making an effort to be authentically present and simply honest … opinions come up.
And when we share those opinions? we see that people who disagree with us are actually reasonable too.

What I call "forensic-quality propositional analysis" … how do members of my cohort make use of that?
As an excuse not to think. They (quite reasonably?) intuit that such processes are real brain strain, brain draining effort. And time, too!
So? so they form no reasonable opinions.

Bumper-sticker slogans only with right-wingers? of course not. Pseudo-progs and quasi-libs love their version of that. And right-wingers with what I call "fortune-cookie wisdom"? Nope. Those folk gag on such as that … while my cohort use them in place of actual thought.

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One Comment to “Fact is that being mindfully reasonable and making an effort to be authentically…”

  1. Here's a trick I rely on, because I don't want to project my own priorities, my personal agenda:
    Let others come up with their own list of issues. How that comes up? whoever actually sets themselves as present and honest /*Hey! Presto!*/ some issue pops up for them … from who they are … representing their real / actual sense of what they value, what issue is important.

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