One of the most important take-aways from this part of the work is this: there is no one “rational” or “good”. Each interpretation in the Multiplicity of Truth© is dependent on the character of the interpreter. We each question the script, no matter if the scriptwriter is society, time, tradition, family, or morals… for if we don’t, we lose our character and become a caricature.
So, how do we develop our character? Education, and exposure. Through these two things, we train our preconceived notions and their relationship with natural harmony. Through this process we learn to stop relying on exclusively our own egoic estimate of nature, on our own egoic value of external things. Education and exposure develop character… a solvent against ego.
With developed character we can manage to avoid toxic relationships, temptations, seduction, and fair-weather friends.
(See y’all tomorrow)