Saturday, May 6, 2017
#Process #Thought: 2017-05-06
• Look not to thinking, but look to the processes that are guiding thinking.
• Thinking is an expression of logic and reason, but thinking itself has no logical or reasoning abilities.
• Thinking is often a byproduct of intelligent processes; therefore, don’t mistake thinking for intelligence.
• Thinking often occurs when other processes are guiding and ruling; therefore, don’t mistake thinking for higher processes.
• Trusting in thinking is like trusting in the materials and tools used by a carpenter instead of in the skill and talent of the carpenter.
Posted by Kevin Evertt FitzMaurice, M.S. at 6:49 PM