Do not expect that we will answer the questions with faith in a person of ancient history or based on the thoughts
offered as credible, without us being able to confirm them.
Imagine that the following pages contain thoughts based on a religion. Immediately a large population of people will
lose interest and expectation of reliable answers. We would please ourselves and a portion of believers with answers chosen as we wish. We would choose the
answers so as to match with views which others have reasons to defend them. As usual, everyone else would question our answers, disagree, and retaliate
their thoughts in accordance with their own tradition and religion. The search for truth with prejudices and blind trust in experiences that are not
repeated can train our minds. But with such biased thinking we can not give an answer that will be convincing for everyone or with the expectation that we
will learn the truth and rather we forget what we were looking for and with what question we are discussing ...
Imagine that thoughts and answers presented as credible are based on the credibility of a person. Any man who thinks
logically would ask: Why should we believe that what a wise man or someone with vast experience said is right? Do wise men and experts always tell the
truth? Are they telling the whole truth? Do they answer all the questions that arise from their thoughts? Aren't they making mistakes? Even if they have
made a single mistake and we step on that mistake to develop many thoughts, then much that we will say and write will be deceptive.