With our senses being notoriously easy to fool many times, incomplete information, and the inability to get the “whole picture” – how do you make a cohesive whole out of the parts?




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  1. immortal_pirate 1 year ago

    Reality is foremost in my mind and has been for 258000+ years. Grab reality with both hands and just try to hold on.
    Reality is like having sex with your girl friend, doing the rodeo position(from behind) and in the throws of passion you bend down and whisper in her ear, “this is your sister’s favorite position”…just try to hold on…lol (hence the name RODEO POSITION.)( also called the Bucking Bronco)

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  2. luftballooneyegouge 1 year ago

    ….educated guesses.

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  3. Scarlett 1 year ago

    I dont. it is beyond me. there is this physical reality that we, humans, made up, but it has its evolutionary usefulness. I try to stay grounded in that, because else wise I may get myself a clinical diagnosis. you have to stay where the others are.

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    • griz 1 year ago

      @Scarlett
      You do give good answers, worthy of thinking about.

      Would your answer change if we changed it from “grasp” to “try to grasp”? Because I think you enjoy deeper understanding of how things and people work.
      But there’s also wisdom in the observation that “reality” is FAR too big a construct/concept for us to fully grasp. This brings the humility that keeps us from becoming insufferably corrupt. (ie, stinking!)

      My thought is that we need to BE where the others are — return to where they are. But every great archetypal Hero from St George to Harry Potter to Galdalf the Grey to Jesus Christ left to descend to the depths to face the Dragon of Chaos, and returned with great power and revelation.

      I think we need to leave where others are to go on our various heroic quests . . . but then to return to where the others are.

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  4. Spitfire3dC 1 year ago

    Trial and error.

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  5. griz 1 year ago

    My best traction has come in accepting that there is much more to “reality” than what my physical sense can grasp.

    There’s a lot of wisdom in what others have already shared.
    Grab on tight with both hands and “engage”!
    Trial and error (with presumed follow-up of correction and perseverence).

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  6. five2one 1 year ago

    I do not. I deal with many shades of grey. Many competing theories. Many possibilities. I know a lot, seen and done a lot, but there is much I do not know.

    Being able to excise yourself from your own senses is a good superpower to have.

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