posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 01:12 PM
Originally posted by QuantumSeeker
What if I got a feeling I need to take a leap of faith,but my logic is telling me otherwise,but I feel like I lack certain information to make a
completely logical conclusion to take a leap of faith?.. .And that information you might not know how much is sufficient?.. .I think logic is a
gun,you need sufficient ammo(information.. .) to make it work while on the other hand common sense/intuition etc. is like a sword,when you don;t have
ammo,you can still fight back.. .
As I had explained, by all means, use your intuition or logic by all means. If you do get right by intiutuion, you are just plain lucky. If you do get
it right by logic, similarly, your hypothesis and the elimination of all possible errors had been skillful and great.
Thing is, how often lucky do you think you can get, when after a few lucky strikes, you think intuition of your own is a better means to get things
done and resolved?
Worse is when those lucky breaks do no occur, and you start blaming every other data you had not used as being corrupted, maligned, etc, but the next
time you would get it right?
This is the way addicted gamblers behaved - they lived in delusions and refused to face up to facts, and by their actions, they had not only hinder
his growth, but others around him as well, espacially those who believed and trusted in him.
Using logic, at the least we can be sure that any decision made would have gone through the best risk management assesment before procedding, and
vetted by not just one human, but an assembly of elected officials from diverse backgrounds and opinions, to share, discuss and debate for solutions
to progress and evolve mankind whereby none gets left behind.
edit on 6-1-2013 by SeekerofTruth101 because: (no reason given)