The Thomas method is the greatest philosophy known to man. It provides a great 10,000 foot view to the inner workings of how I see the world. Later on will get more into the weeds and break down the philosophy into its pieces.
You must check out this guy and his accent. Tell me you didn’t think it was Sean Connery talking you down after your long day. Of course you did. It might be tempting to think of your favorite Connery quotes. You might get fired up thinking of how great Connery is and asking yourself what you are prepared to do. Or asking if Andrew Johnson if he expects you to sleep, and he tells you he expects you to die.
In my day, if you were going to romance a lady you couldn’t go by your porn name. It wasn’t fair, but that’s how things were. I couldn’t go around introducing myself as Tommy on Time and expect to be taken seriously.
We’re going to have a problem here. These theories about us having souls are getting more complex. It seems like the starting point is that we have souls. Then an argument follows that leads to a soul.
I would think that a better way to do it would be to observe something that doesn’t make sense. And as a smart person looks into it, they see that it might lead to a soul. It seems like everyone has it backwards.
We were perfectly fine walking around with no souls. No one was bothered. It seems like a soul is a solution to a problem that no one had.
P.S. I do realize I’m a guy with a blog that doesn’t solve a problem complaining about people that create solutions to problems that no one had.
My day was pretty good. I only had one person that was rude. She was really trying to get under my skin. She did a great job of it. She had clever insults and did a great job of questioning my judgment. I have to give her credit.
I kept her insults inside me for an hour. Then this yoga video got me straightened out. No matter how many thought techniques I try, none of them work better than an activity.
Trevor Valle gets so worked up over this. He really shouldn’t care about it. I was hanging on every word. He knows a lot about dinosaurs. I wanted to know why he cared so I could care, too.
Then about 17:45 into this he starts talking about conglomerates. It hits me right there that anyone who thinks that dinosaurs didn’t exist would be completely lost by what he is saying. It’s like dude. Just stop. Save your breath. It isn’t worth it.
I can say this because I’ll be the first to engage the no dino guys in a debate. I’ll believe that logic can win the day. But, the truth is, logic is a weakling. Emotion trumps logic all day every day.