The Power of Deepening

Jealousy is the byproduct of not being capable of deepening a relationship sufficiently enough to bind it together with deep roots. We want intimacy, but we don’t want to work the process that causes our connections to deepen and solidify. Sure we’ll put effort into obtaining superficial variety, but we will not exert effort into deepening what we already have, especially within ourselves. What exactly is deepening? For example, critical […] Read more »

The Supposed Advantage of False Rhetoric

Here is an important refresher on the Trivium method of critical thinking, with the steps placed in the correct order.  I use the various synonyms for each step interchangeably, so please use the following as a foundation for understanding the rest of the article. Grammar (information, data, knowledge, input): asks/answers what (who, where, & when) questions Logic (reasoning, understanding, processing, processor):  asks/answers why questions Rhetoric (image, wisdom, output):  asks/answers how questions IMAGES An […] Read more »