Going through life gently is something it’s always escaped me, as much of my life is filled with intensity. I’ve been called an intense personality, and sometimes, even quarrelsome. It’s no secret that I like a good flight, which puts today’s lesson in opposition with that feeling of enjoyment.
Also, I think another problem with today’s teaching, is the logical fallacy of No True Scotsman. When we’re talking about the truly educated, we’ve already entered into the dichotomy of true and false, which makes the parameters of inclusion very small. Who are the truly educated? Is it the person who has a lifetime of experience? Is it the person who has high degrees from educational institutions?
Since this months theme is problem-solving, I have to link up today’s teaching with that theme. How I’m approaching it is thus: don’t be argumentative, and listen more than you speak. After all, that’s the hospitable way to do things, isn’t it?
(See y’all tomorrow)