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What I Know
- There are good people and bad people; not everyone is good.
- Every person that intentionally causes pain or other harm to any innocent person is a bad person.
- Every person that intentionally causes excessive pain or other harm to any person is a bad person.
- Liars always hide something, usually something unacceptable to you.
- Lies cause suspicion, confusion or incorrect assumptions.
- Lies cause a liar to suffer anxiety, unless the liar has no sense of what is right or wrong.
- Nice people are those who would help you gain even when they do not; Everyone else is faking being nice.
- If someone helps you only for spiritual or monetary reasons, they're not doing it because they're nice.
- Good people do not work for companies/organizations that do bad things to other people.
- Everyone is a genius in one or more ways.
- Condescending people suffer from grandiose delusions and may be incapable of knowing they are not superior to others.
- Each and every one of us has great potential.
- Your potential is FAR GREATER than most would lead you to believe.
- One's productivity is only one's achieved potential.
- Allowing others to achieve their potential just might help you to achieve your own.
- The young are genetically programmed to learn and do so more easily than the aged.
- All memory is due to the ability to learn; difficulty learning is almost always due to interference at other levels.
- Emotional damage may hinder one's ability to learn.
- ALL children require loving AND constructive criticism.
- Every thought and every behavior is intuitive or learned.
- Defining objective reality requires proof.
- Making correct assumptions and decisions require accurate reasoning.
- Objective Reality requires no faith or belief.
- Indoctrination helps to close one's mind to different ways of thinking.
- Indoctrination is not necessary for any reality to be believed as reality is logically self-evident.
- Indoctrination in accurate reasoning and logic is beneficial to one's mental well-being.
- Because current religious tenets cannot be defined logically or with accurate reasoning, indoctrination in religion may be harmful to one's mental well-being.
- Religious indoctrination often creates illusional and delusional feelings of happiness, self-worth or importance.
- Illusional and delusional feelings of happiness, self-worth or importance often result in one's willingness to ignore the needs of others.
- If a person behaves in a way that ignores the needs of others then that person an asshole.
- Unfortunately, since religious indoctrination closes one's mind, many religious people often cannot comprehend that their ideation/feelings may be illusional and/or delusional.
- Unfortunately, since religious indoctrination closes one's mind, many religious people often cannot comprehend how their behavior may be ignoring the needs of others.
- People who cannot reason accurately cannot be trusted to make important decisions.
- People who possess logical ideation and a healthy mental well-being are more likely to behave in ways do not harm other people.
- People who possess logical ideation and a healthy mental well-being are more likely to create social policies that benefit other people.
- Perfect social policies benefit only everyone.
- Even if Utopia cannot exist, the goal of law should be to move closer to a Utopian existence for all.
- You can only have a government by the people if all people make their voices heard.
- When laws are made that ignore the needs of the few, those laws violate equal protection of the laws.
- No justice exists if one who has power over another is not held to at least the same moral standards as those over which they have power.
- The more power an individual possesses, the more that individual's decisions or actions must be monitored.