Oftentimes things don’t make sense because we’re asking the wrong questions from the start. People are not exhibiting curiosity and making inquiries that will guide them to uncovering the explanations. In short, we often double as the world’s worst detectives and if we were ever hired to investigate things we would very, very shortly be fired. Yet people are put on the spot to figure things out all the time in their daily lives. How are they failing?
For a start, they invent fake arguments that aren’t even relevant. They endlessly worry about these two artificially opposed points of view instead of brushing aside that fake argument and probing for the truth. (Such as debates about whether fat and extremely skinny women are equally beautiful. This argument—which I call Fat One vs. Thin One—brushes aside the huge number of women in the middle. They are never shown on TV or in movies or on magazines—how do THEY feel about that?) But we never ask because we are involved in a tedious, irrelevant headlock between two very unusual women who are going at each other like rams. And then we never have to ask . . .
People can get Fat One vs. Thin One about literally anything. Romance vs. no-romance. Clean books vs. not-so-clean. Profanity forbidden vs. profanity exploding all over the place. Short people vs. tall people. George Lucas vs. The Universe, especially the one that embellishes his movies. THE BOOK vs. THE MOVIE (always a quicksand that one, don’t step in it.) One kind of job vs. Another kind of job. And all of this allows people not to ask real questions. To never probe, never investigate, and never start asking the questions we should be asking.
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7 books published and 3 more on the way. Farmer's daughter, Star Wars fan, loves to read rather than talk about reading. Always has time to finish her WIP.