I really hope that by August/September, I'll be elsewhere. It probably won't happen, the consequences are too massive.
Is perception reality?
No, it seems to be though. Your or my interpretation, that may or may not approximate truth (whatever that may be), is what gives us "reality". Even when we use a set of premises or rules to help us make an "objective decision"our subjective evaluation of things and our experiences makes the simplest decision a party of discord.
Mainly, what I'm on about is, sometimes that perception (a foreign one), is what will define your
X tends to Y, but an individual member of the X group doesn't have to tend to Y. What do averages say about the individual, really? Or the individuals?
Tends to means it behaves according to a pattern.
I think that how we've attempted to make sense of things, works sometimes and we like that, but we have little understanding and ability of description on how it works for things that don't make sense. And we just over-look that, at least, we
Updated 04-19-2017 at 10:44 PM by Gossip Goat
*disapproves of X site because the content is not reliable*
*yet actively engages and holds serious discussions on a site regarding content based on typology theory, a theory so arbitrary it cannot be said to be reliable.*
This is called pseudo science for a reason, and the fact is all the types and the functions have arbitrary definitions and are applied arbitrarily by whoever is typing. They’re only based on our experience and limited knowledge
Updated 02-05-2017 at 09:03 PM by Gossip Goat
If your reason for avoiding marriage is out of distrust for a group of people because of who they "are", then the problem isn't marriage, the problem is how you relate to other people. Marriage as an institution is defective, but I think that should be the reason to not want to get married and not because women/men are X or women/men do Y. Your problems are biased and that perspective is what probably hinders your relationships.
I don't find it reasonable to blame an entire