"If you want to amend your errors, you must begin by amending your philosophy."
Philosophy is defined as any personal belief about how to live or how to deal with a situation. A person's own philosophy belongs to them alone and is shaped by their nature and life experiences. It is internal, yet ever altering by the things happening to or around them, like a kaleidoscope that shifts its color and design with each twist of their perception point.
Because it belongs to each individual and is internally situated we can and should examine it often. Just having beliefs, but never questioning them or their location leaves us half blinded by any situation that is out of our control, making us much too reactionary. If you fly too low, on auto-pilot, and a mountain suddenly appears there is nothing to do except crash land by default. We cannot control all of the things that suddenly materialize in our lives, but we have more control over our reactions than most of us realize.
Old attitudes do not just dry up and drop off, like spent flowers when new buds appear, but must be pruned by the person who owns the territory in which they are planted. Weeds will crop up on their own. Other people will try to plant in any space you leave undefended or untended. Without care nothing stays healthy for long. It just seems a foolish thing to not pay close attention to what is deep inside, since it alters everything we do and every step we take.
THINK ABOUT IT
LET IT GROW
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