Tag: Free Thinking

Letter To A Concerned Free Thinker 3 – The Great Wager

Dear Thinker. Across your journey of self-enlightenment, you shall meet many a con-man who offers their version of reality in manners that are palpable to your ears. You will meet men who speak eloquently, look sophisticated, and yet hold irrational beliefs based purely on their situation; the situation that chance allowed them to be born into. I am talking of course to the men in suits who adorn themselves in the relics of conformity and piety – sharp in wit,…


Letters To A Concerned Free Thinker 2 – Socrates And Knowledge

Dear thinker. A confident stand on the Limitations of a person’s capability to fully know about their existence is a defining step in the maturity of a human being; as to be self-aware of those limitations gives person grounds, not only to improve in their understanding, but also their perspective as well. Knowledge begins when enquiry begins; to ask leads to finding answers, by which one uses methodologies (ways of finding out the answers to questions they have) to systematically…


Letters To A Concerned Free Thinker 1 – Purpose

Letters To A Concerned Free Thinker 1 – Purpose   Dear Thinker. The worst human crime that one can bestow upon another, the crime that one should not seek to spread, is the crime of appropriated purpose; it is a crime to tell someone what their purpose is. I once was asked by a stranger, well walking past the usual corner store that I pass on my trips home from my department, the question: “What is the purpose of life?”…