Welcome to the latest installment of my new weekly series, A Thought for Every Thursday.
Every Thursday at Tessera Guild I’ll pose a question (or several) regarding a specific current event, a modern moral issue, or a philosophical conundrum. Instead of answering it myself, I’ll look to you for the resolution.
It’s all in good fun.
Here we go…
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This week I have several questions for you.
All have a similar theme: why do humans exist in a state of near-permanent contradiction?
Why do Americans lash out against the two-party system, yet few ever vote for a third party?
Why are people so willing to criticize and denigrate others, but so resistant to criticize or improve themselves?
Why do people kill in the name of their ‘peaceful’ religion?
If rush-hour traffic is so detrimental to public safety (and sanity) why do most businesses open and close in the same small window of time?
Why are people who condemn drama (in social situations) usually the most likely to start the theatrics in the first place?
How is it that the people who admit they have the least amount of knowledge are often the wisest among us?
Explain if you can.
And take your time.
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Past ATFET’s are right here.
If you like these kinds of questions, try these on for size.
If you prefer something gentler, go here.
See you next Thursday!