WE LEARN NOT TO ASK THE RIGHT QUESTION

We Learn Not To Ask The Right Question

When a group is formed, it creates an ethos: when we join a group, we have to abide by its customs and mannerisms.

We learn from a very early age to abide by what the teacher says. This makes sense because we want to fit into society so that it runs smoothly. If, however, we naturally find we do not fit because we question and ask why, we are labelled as non-conformist and shunned. No independent thinking wanted here! That tells us everything we need to know.

If we wish to realise our enlightened nature,
we have to ask the question, “Why?”

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5 Responses to WE LEARN NOT TO ASK THE RIGHT QUESTION

  1. Ben Naga says:

    THE BIG WHY

    Our task is simple
    Whether we know it or not
    Combat entropy

    https://bookofguff.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/the-big-why/

  2. tony says:

    I remember feeling very dull and desperate to conform. It was hell. 😀
    Everyone seem to ‘know’, then I realised there many levels.

    Nice chatting with you Ben,
    Tony

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