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Friday, May 27, 2016

Redefining Belief 2: Dictionary Meaning Plus Note



something believedan opinion or conviction:
a belief that the earth is flat.
confidence in the truth or existence of something not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof:
a statement unworthy of belief.
confidence; faith; trust:
a child's belief in his parents.
a religious tenet or tenets; religious creed or faith:
the Christian belief.

British Dictionary definitions for belief

a principle, proposition, idea, etc, accepted as true
opinion; conviction
religious faith
trust or confidence, as in a person or a person's abilities, probity, etc



Usually beliefs are based on fuzzy logic. We adopt beliefs when we do not have any facts about something.  We adopt fuzzy logic instead. By fuzzy, i mean it does not make sense or it is not based on commonsense.

If A said something B said  that threatens self-interest > It is to be discarded
If C said something B said that supports self-interest within group interest - in separation to the whole> it is to be accepted.

This is fuzzy logic because it does not consider what B said as what it is - without interpretation/bias.

If i will accept this, as a member of the group, i will participate in fuzzy logic. I will be possessed by this logic - within a belief - so I am unable to use commonsense - sacrificing this in favor of self-interest/benefit within group affiliations/attachments/personal relationship with other members.

A healthy relationship within a group is based on sound logic/commonsense - it is not about bias/entertainment.

This will stop us from finishing our process and will misalign our standing.

This will entail courage, but what good is it to have a group - when i will not finish my process - within a belief/fuzzy logic?

Commonsense and courage are ingredients in the path. Do not be blinded by group entertainment - within fuzzy logic.

Remember: when we 'die', we are al-one.

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