Thursday, October 21, 2021

Yesterday's Thoughts

Information (the stuff of the imagination) not only transforms the material world, it becomes it. The adage “you are what you eat” has changed into “you are what you know” and since your knowledge depends on what information you accept as “fact,” you are what you believe!

Fred Alan Wolf, the quantum physics guru, wrote those thoughts in his book, Quantum’s Little Book Of Big Ideas. Fred is able to put esoteric thought into simple terms. We are what we believe. But the issue is we don’t know the scope of all our beliefs.

We all have obvious beliefs passed down through the generations. Those beliefs are our truths. We don’t question them. But as we know, most of those truths are under scrutiny at this point in physical time. We forget that our belief structure is not solid. It can change as we change. Associations and influences influence our beliefs, so that mental structure is in a state of knowledge remix almost every day.

Most of us believe certain truths can never change. We take those solid truths to the next life with us. What we don’t realize is those solid truths rearranged, reorganized, and reassessed at some point.

Truths are our perception of real. The truth in one person’s mind is not the truth in another mind. That mind has a perceived truth, and that brings our duplicity to a boil. We then begin the right and wrong, good and bad game, and we put conflicting truths on the stand of morality and righteousness to decide what the real truth is.

But truths are real to the all believers until those truths move to the valley of yesterday’s thoughts.

Just An Old Fashioned Love Song Meets Stoic Man

H.T. Manogue

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