Friday, March 10, 2006

New Reality: Proof Number Two

Aspects of our reality can be rationally neutral
These experiences make up a majority of our personal experience
Rationally neutral experiences can be viewed optimistically
Optimistic viewings can render neutral experiences positive
Positive experience contributes to satisfaction with reality

Definition: Rationally Neutral Experiences
Numerous events can be viewed optimistically or pessimistically without changing our ability to react or rationally deal with an event. These are usually due to an inability to rationally determine the accurate nature of an event in or aspect of our environment. I refer to these experiences as "rationally neutral" experiences: Meaning simply, that viewing them positively or negatively does not make a substantive difference.

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