SOCRATES said:Dear Comino,
RE: Your WOW reply:~
What you have just experienced is a realisation. A realisation is an acceptance of an axiom which hitherto had remained hidden or inaccessible to conscious thought applied to direct attention on a problem.
Some people can become very easily offended when it is pointed out to them that their method of applying thought processes to problems that prevent them from progressing is not correct.
They immediately become defensive. Some times rude. Occasionally worse.This is a mechanism for the protection of ego. But ego can be a nuisance. You have to force yourself to learn how to harness ego, who does not want to be harnesessed !
An axiom is a fundamental truth.It need not always be hidden, but frequently is, as a consequence of a hidden agenda.
Sadly, in this arena, the most important, the most powerful, the most brilliant and the most valuable axioms, remain hidden, by design.
All of this profession is constructed around interlinking axioms
but these remain hidden, as a form of challenge to the character of the challenger. Before you succeed in this profession you have to compete and win in the Character Olympics, only then do you earn the right to remain and play.