Being, Doing, and the Trivium Method

As we have stated before, being precedes doing, and it is from the state of being that doing occurs — but how does this relate to the Trivium method of critical thinking? As a reminder, the Trivium method is the repeating cycle of asking what, why, and how, and in that order. Grammar (knowledge, input): asks/answers what (what, who, where, & when) questions. Logic (understanding, processor):  asks/answers why questions. Rhetoric (wisdom, output):  asks/answers how questions A person’s state of being is the relative […]
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Does Convenience Make It Right or True?

Just because a system may produce results for you in this moment, doesn’t mean that it is a beneficial system or behavior — this just isn’t a reasonable conclusion. The question to ask is, who does it work for, for you, or for everyone involved? Many people act and behave in certain ways since it is easier for them, but they are not looking at the logical conclusions and end […]
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Be the Change & the Unity Process

Here is the deeper truth found within “Be the change you wish to see in the world” – as you change, your environment will reflect each new change back to you. As you change the Source that looks into the Mirror, rather than just trying to control it, which is the current methodology, what you see when you look into it—changes! “Life is your Mirror, and you are the Source that gets to experience […]
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Be the Change & the Unity Process

Here is the deeper truth found within “Be the change you wish to see in the world” – as you change, your environment will reflect each new change back to you. As you change the Source that looks into the Mirror, rather than just trying to control it, which is the current methodology, what you see when you look into it—changes! “Life is your Mirror, and you are the Source that gets to experience […]
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