> Do you think and talk about things which
you observe them yourself?
> Have you a direct image and reliable information?
What do you think and what have comprehend through language in which you
> Do you remember what have hear or read
> Things - about that you speak and think
- have stayed the same?
> Things about that you speak and think
are the same, such as what
you have seen or have learned?
> Do you talk and think about one thing or many together? Things are connected in a
consistent way? If coming close, if they are tangent and if they react between them, do they constitute one thing in any case? Do you talk and think about
things separately or including properties,
links, forms, actions etc.;
> Things that you speak and think are in world so same as they are within your imagination (with same
details, same relationships, same order, etc.)? Are these just as you think or much more happen?
> Do you speak and think about things that can be observed from
others? Can they ... easily and quickly?
> Do you talk for existing things in present time or draw conclusions with your fantasy for past and
> Do you speak and think about certain things or properties, for
features and overt behaviors that are repeated in the same conditions?
> The result will be the same in things that look like (and only
this do you expect)?
THE LIFE IS YOURS. THOUGHT IS YOURS?
If you have not certain answers to the adjacent queries, then do not affirm anyone. If you are talking with a
sense of certainty and trying to persuade, then you are rather defaming yourself and misguide those who hear you. You're being irresponsible and almost
cheats. It's so simple: Do you assure someone while the result or cause is unsure and unknown? Then you do not tell the truth!
Lessen tone of certainty in your voice and body movements and do not mislead your
listeners, readers and customers!
Did you trust? Do not say you did not know.
Did you ask for trust? Take charge of your responsibilities.
Knowledge is not missing. Learn to doubt.