Koshek on "a dispassionate search for truth"
Sep 29, 2004 09:15 AM
by Daniel H. Caldwell
I really like the following statement of
"How much of our thinking is about proving
a result that you wish to be true. How little
of our thinking is involved in finding truth
wherever it falls in a dispassionate search for truth."
I think all of us need to be asking ourselves
if we could be wrong in our current understanding
of a subject such as Theosophy. Is there something
that each of us might learn on the subject which
would expland our understanding?
We may find it easy to see the fallacies in other
people's thinking but are there fallacies in our
own thinking that we are unaware of?
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