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Building Working Logic

Building Working Logic

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You could well find in practice that although a lot of knowledge can be learnt, there is possibly one danger to be watched, that is not reading properly all that is written on the pages of life, or worse only reading parts of the lines and imagining the rest due to a lack of suitable attention. The reasons for poor attention I shall leave for now, as they are many and can vary from person to person, try your level best not to fall or place yourself into this latter category and you will find a fresh awakening in and during the coming days of your life.
You could well find in practice that although a lot of knowledge can be learnt, there is possibly one danger to be watched, that is not reading properly all that is written on the pages of life, or worse only reading parts of the lines and imagining the rest due to a lack of suitable attention. The reasons for poor attention I shall leave for now, as they are many and can vary from person to person, try your level best not to fall or place yourself into this latter category and you will find a fresh awakening in and during the coming days of your life.

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Building Working Logic In Your Head
A thought can be so easily lost to us if we are not careful, so often this can happenwithin seconds of it occurring to us, quite likely because of a distraction to our chainof thought, but as is so often the case, it is some form of everyday pressure thatmay be the reason our train of thought is derailed, problems we are dealing with atthe time, be they mental or physical, present or absent, past, present and future aswell. All can easily take their toll on any thoughts that we may have, everydaypressures and past indoctrination of our everyday lives can also often be at fault and,at other times, it can simply be the lack of a suitable medium to make notes of thesethoughts as they occur to us. With the correct tuition from others as well as fromourselves, most of our thoughts can be used, if not straight away, later on as theywill not be forgotten completely by us.You could well find in practice that although a lot of knowledge can be learnt, there ispossibly one danger to be watched, that is not reading properly all that is written onthe pages of life, or worse only reading parts of the lines and imagining the rest dueto a lack of suitable attention. The reasons for poor attention I shall leave for now, asthey are many and can vary from person to person, try your level best not to fall orplace yourself into this latter category and you will find a fresh awakening in andduring the coming days of your life. It is vitally important that you read with yourmind and hearing as well, thus you will also experience the birth of a new you. Asyou steadily learn and, slowly at first, become a much more balanced andphilosophically logical person (with respect for yourself and others around you in thereal world), you will find yourself becoming a real live person who has grown to bevery beneficial to the world at large and a pleasure to know, not only to those aroundyou, but also to those who get to hear about you as well.There are some interesting golden rules in our ever learning life that will lead to alogical and philosophical person reading all they see before them, be it a case of written or said out loud. So, as and when each arises, you will see and perceive amore stable life forming around you that may well cause you to understand all youfind through cogitation for extended periods of time. The basic golden rules willbecome very clear in your mind and easily recalled and shared with others just aseasily. You may also find or notice that, when these rules are read and viewed byyou, you look at the various facets that they hold, building on and in them as yourown mind develops, probably finding that these individual thoughts have produced avery valid list for everyday guidance along the many changeable paths of life that aresure to be encountered. These rules can visually reveal to us a lot of useful help and,adopting a tenet of blending at the right time or times, remembering they are a setnot to be separated, ensures continued growth for all. Maybe you will find themuseful in a passive stance as well; if so, adapt and improve as needed, but try neverdropping any from your life.
To sum up briefly, try your best not to:A
: Inadequately process information
!
There is always room for improvement in your mind, try your best not to fightpositive change
B
: Rely too much on routine
!
 
Variety leads to a keener mind and a much better balanced person. The person yousnub or ignore could easily have your wanted answer.
C
: Be too rigid in responses
!
Learn to question the apparent failings of others, as it may be you that is at fault,not them; or is it possibly a mix of both?
D
: Be blind to dangers
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Ignorance is not in any shape bliss as it can and does very easily affect othersaround you. Once aware of this, it is not a valid defence in any shape or form, eventor location.
E
: Fail to perceive consequences
!
Recognise and learn from the errors in your ways with others, work with and forothers. Being complacent is not good for anyone at all.
F
: Accept the visible truth for now
!
A learning process is slower for some of us, so try to be wise with others. You did notlearn in seconds, why expect others to do so?
G
: Fail to grasp limits!We do not all live at the same speed; it is not a failing to be slow. In some ways thiscan be a distinct advantage.
H
: Incorrectly weigh alternatives
!
Poor observations and interactions can cause quite a few problems when you areinteracting with others.
I
: Misunderstand something's permanence
!
Not much lasts forever, learn to adapt to various things, as they tend to causeprogress to happen.
J
: Take unnecessary shortcuts
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Running before you have learnt to walk is not a good idea at all if you want toimprove.
K
: Have too much dependence on others
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Rely on and respect yourself and others, all will equally benefit.
L
: Ignore others when doing should be done
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Become an interactive all round team member, even if only you are present at thetime.
 
M
: Ignore relevant allied information
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You are not the 'B' all and 'End' all in any way shape or form, never forget the littleperson.
N
: Train your mind to think logically
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Life is a very long learning curve for all that enters your life as well as our own withothers.The units that you have just read are not all cut and dried; we should also try toremember that some fairly basic rules apply to those as well, these are shown listedbelow, most if not all will genuinely benefit you and those around you in your comingdays and, combined with all the major characteristics of your own unique, creativeintelligence, will not fail to help you improve yourself, but in the process could alsostop you from becoming a better person. Learning to use that 'something' we allhave within us is important to us all. Yet, we are or may be rarely in the position touse it if we do not listen to our selves as well as to others. Everything you learntoday could easily be another's answer that is needed tomorrow.These golden rules may be openly adhered to by you in your life and as long as theyare allowed to be adapted to and not set in concrete, few problems should occur. Tryand bear in mind that each is open to adaptation in some ways so that it fits andadjusts to the situation in hand; thus, this guiding list will also enable you, dearreader, to enlarge your own mind through the many various interactive activities withothers in the coming days. As your life unfolds, it may in turn cause you toprocrastinate and interact with others on a more social platform and in a morenatural and in a more meaningful way than you may well have done or are doing todate up in your life; this in turn will lead you ever onwards slowly at first, towards abrighter, possibly better future and a more interactive life with others; the lattermind developments in your everyday life will benefit a lot of people as well asyourself, but you must always learn from and about others so as to help them.You should try your best not to make improvements to the lives of others who arenot either ready to advance, or are not ready to deal with a situation that you cansee looming on the horizon and is not ready to be discussed in any sort of depth.Such a situation should be used wisely and the pupils (and in some cases yourself)should be steered diplomatically on a course towards the subject in question, so thatthey bring it up themselves together with any adaptations to their existingknowledge.The list of guidelines is not very long and coupled with those you have recently read,will be a stable building block to use and rely on in your future.
A
: Some divergent thinkingIt is well worth using and developing in your life, so try your best to cater for othersthat are around you with your own thoughts that may be or are valid as you will thenhelp them to learn and grow not only in themselves but also with those around themas well.
B
: Fluency of thought

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