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Exactly the same but completely different. Slightly worse, but many times better.
For those things we know are true, but we thought were impossible to put into words. Always be kind and work hard. Learn as much as possible and be creative in solving problems. Over all, in making important and morally significant decisions, think long term. The best you can do in life is follow your conscience.
On Certainty in Life
I am sure about everything everyone else doesn't understand,
but I am confused about everything everyone else is certain of. Everything you have seen and heard is wrong. What we were taught was true in school is irrelevant. The things we think are really important are very unimportant and the things that we think aren't very important are the most important of all.
I am a former soldier (army) and have been living independently with Schizophrenia for over 15 years. I live in Eugene, Oregon (United States) I have spent much of this time writing a number of books on various non-fiction topics based on my experiences, what I have read, and the insights I have had over the last (almost) 20 years.
I have also designed these Benjamin-Newton websites from scratch, with all my own code and graphics and updated them daily for that entire time, as well. I code directly to CSS in a text editor and avoid anything that slows the site down or causes unnecessary security problems.
Want to Think Critically?
I am a Christian cynic and pessimist in that I believe in everything in the Bible, but nothing else except Murphy's Law (anything that can go wrong will). I consider this positive, because when anything goes well in any aspect of my working with other people doing their jobs, I am pleasantly surprised.
Explore my website and learn to think critically about everything (history, religion, psychology, ethics, design, technology, and disaster survival). Be sure to be critical of everything you read, including my ideas.
Beyond Reason and Facts
When making decisions, expand your worldview and use your heart and soul, as well as your intellect. Think critically, but do not limit yourself to just the rational and the empirical. Use all the other methods of discovery, that come from the major world belief systems.
Decide what is true based on: your conscience (as determined by your faith, scripture, tradition, prophecy, paradox, intuition, history, and feelings) what you have experienced (in your relationship with God by worship, ritual, prayer, mystical experience, visions, and divine healing), and the practice of your faith (in the way you express your loyalty and respect for God by a code of conduct/ethics, fasting, living a life of poverty, taking vows of silence and/or chastity). This will lead you to ask tougher questions and make more difficult decisions, with your now bigger understanding of reality, but it will also bring greater peace and purpose to your life.
Philosophy Inspired Solutions to World Problems
Some people work too hard and need to rest, while others are lazy and need to work harder. How do you determine which problem is yours? It is usually the opposite of what you think. Ask people who know you well, and be prepared for a surprise response.
The following are examples, of the kinds of practical things you can do, to reduce suffering in the world, in things you have control over.
- Make Ethical Decisions in the Products We Buy
- Find Creative Way to Reduce Our Expenses
- Get Supplies and Training to Survive Disasters
- Promote Internet Usage to Empower Individuals
- Give Away Free Content to Support Alternate Opinions
- Network to Expand Our Circles of Influence
- Form Relationships with Our Neighbors
- Encourage Others
- Stay Positive and Increase Our Positive Influences
- Avoid Mainstream Assumptions
- Pray for God's Will to Be Done
- Improve a Specific Animal's Life
- Increase Our Understanding of the World
- Raise Our Kids to Be Good Citizens
- Take Time to Relax
Website Description by Ben Huot
☞ I am a researcher, writer, and designer for consumer, citizen, and seeker advocacy. I can improve your life, by giving you better advice.