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30th Jul '17 9:05:47 AM VapourSoulOS
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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on [[IceCreamKoan thoughts]], [[KnowNothingKnowItAll beliefs]], [[MarySue imagination]] and [[BelievingTheirOwnLies focus]], you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to understand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because [[PsychologicalProjection they've rejected what should be obvious]]; they were trying to [[{{Hypocrite}}see meaning in what does not exist]], (In other words, [[BlameGame they're overthinking things.]])Such practices is usually a [[{{Hypocrite}} sign of a closed heart.]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.

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--> Karjam: '''Karjam''': If you're an advocate for my philosophy on [[IceCreamKoan thoughts]], [[KnowNothingKnowItAll beliefs]], [[MarySue imagination]] and [[BelievingTheirOwnLies focus]], you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to understand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because [[PsychologicalProjection they've rejected what should be obvious]]; they were trying to [[{{Hypocrite}}see meaning in what does not exist]], (In other words, [[BlameGame they're overthinking things.]])Such practices is usually a [[{{Hypocrite}} sign of a closed heart.]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.
30th Jul '17 9:05:08 AM VapourSoulOS
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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on [[IceCreamKoan thoughts]], [[KnowNothingKnowItAll beliefs]], [[MarySue imagination]] and [[BelievingTheirOwnLies focus]], you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to understand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because [[PsychologicalProjection they've rejected what should be obvious]]; they were trying to [[{{Hypocrite}}see meaning in what does not exist]], (In other words, [[BlameGame they're overthinking things.]])Such practices is usually a [[ {{Hypocrite}} sign of a closed heart.]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.

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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on [[IceCreamKoan thoughts]], [[KnowNothingKnowItAll beliefs]], [[MarySue imagination]] and [[BelievingTheirOwnLies focus]], you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to understand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because [[PsychologicalProjection they've rejected what should be obvious]]; they were trying to [[{{Hypocrite}}see meaning in what does not exist]], (In other words, [[BlameGame they're overthinking things.]])Such practices is usually a [[ {{Hypocrite}} [[{{Hypocrite}} sign of a closed heart.]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.
30th Jul '17 9:04:30 AM VapourSoulOS
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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on thoughts, beliefs, imagination and focus, you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to under stand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because they've rejected what should be obvious; they were trying to see meaning in what does not exist, (In other words, they're overthinking things.)Such practices is usually a [[ {{Hypocrite sign of a closed heart.}}]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.

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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on thoughts, beliefs, imagination [[IceCreamKoan thoughts]], [[KnowNothingKnowItAll beliefs]], [[MarySue imagination]] and focus, [[BelievingTheirOwnLies focus]], you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to under stand.understand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because [[PsychologicalProjection they've rejected what should be obvious; obvious]]; they were trying to see [[{{Hypocrite}}see meaning in what does not exist, exist]], (In other words, [[BlameGame they're overthinking things.)Such ]])Such practices is usually a [[ {{Hypocrite {{Hypocrite}} sign of a closed heart.}}]] ]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.
30th Jul '17 8:59:54 AM VapourSoulOS
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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on thoughts, beliefs, imagination and focus, you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to under stand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because they've rejected what should be obvious; they were trying to see meaning in what does not exist, (In other words, they're overthinking things.)Such practices is usually a [[{{Hypocrite sign of a closed heart.}}]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their closed hearts. The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts), [[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.

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--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on thoughts, beliefs, imagination and focus, you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to under stand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because they've rejected what should be obvious; they were trying to see meaning in what does not exist, (In other words, they're overthinking things.)Such practices is usually a [[{{Hypocrite [[ {{Hypocrite sign of a closed heart.}}]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their [[YouKeepUsingThatWord closed hearts. hearts.]] The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts), [[MoralMyopia thoughts),[[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.
30th Jul '17 8:44:28 AM VapourSoulOS
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* Karjam's [[http://karjamp.deviantart.com/ 'philosophical' writings]] tend to boil down to this. One of many examples would be this:
--> Karjam: If you're an advocate for my philosophy on thoughts, beliefs, imagination and focus, you may come across those who claim the philosophy being difficult or impossible to understand. [[BlatantLies Now, these people aren't saying this because it really is that difficult to under stand.]] Far from it, actually. Rather, they're saying this because they've rejected what should be obvious; they were trying to see meaning in what does not exist, (In other words, they're overthinking things.)Such practices is usually a [[{{Hypocrite sign of a closed heart.}}]] Therefore, what out when it comes to dealing with them. How they react to being presented with sound, solid truths (which happen to be thoughts) depends on the nature of their closed hearts. The more closed their hearts are, the worst their reactions will be. As a quick note, simply stating that they're overthinking things (and explaining why they're doing it) [[BlatantLies is usually enough to counter such arguments.]] However, if they keep on insisting without providing sound, solid truths themselves (which happen to be thoughts), [[MoralMyopia what they're doing is arguing by assertion, a logical fallacy.]] In addition, do not give proofs and examples even when asked. Even if said proofs or examples happen to be completely solid and sound, that does not automatically mean those with the closed hearts would be convinced.
16th Jul '17 7:20:48 PM SomberCaelifera
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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th/ This comment]] left on a politics of science blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:

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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th/ com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible-comment-of-th This comment]] left on a politics of science blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:
16th Jul '17 7:19:14 PM SomberCaelifera
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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th.php This comment]] left on a politics of science blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:

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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th.php com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th/ This comment]] left on a politics of science blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:
16th Jul '17 7:17:18 PM SomberCaelifera
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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/incomprehensible_comment_of_th.php This comment]] left on a political blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:

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* [[http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2010/03/incomprehensible_comment_of_th.com/dispatches/2010/03/23/incomprehensible_comment_of_th.php This comment]] left on a political politics of science blog. (As far as anyone can tell, it's a pseudo-scientific SocialDarwinist screed against the idea that white people should support, or mix with, people of other races.) You need to see the entire WallOfText to get the flavor, but here are a few choice bits:
21st May '17 12:44:05 PM nombretomado
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* Lucky's monologue from ''WaitingForGodot''. See it on the WorldGoneMad page.

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* Lucky's monologue from ''WaitingForGodot''.''Theatre/WaitingForGodot''. See it on the WorldGoneMad page.
19th May '17 11:29:23 PM nombretomado
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* Jaden Smith's infamous {{Twitter}} quips include "How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real?", "Trees are never sad look at them once in awhile they're quite beautiful", and "People use to ask me what do you wanna be when you get older and I would say what a stupid question the real question is what am I right now". (Others, like "If newborn babies could speak they would be the most intelligent beings on planet Earth", while factually dubious, can be tied to more realistic and typical philosophical arguments.)

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* Jaden Smith's infamous {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} quips include "How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren't real?", "Trees are never sad look at them once in awhile they're quite beautiful", and "People use to ask me what do you wanna be when you get older and I would say what a stupid question the real question is what am I right now". (Others, like "If newborn babies could speak they would be the most intelligent beings on planet Earth", while factually dubious, can be tied to more realistic and typical philosophical arguments.)
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