The second part of the article is about the fact that meaning exists in a world of infinite uncertainty. It’s not just about what we believe, but what we believe about. This is the part we all should learn to accept. It’s not what you believe about yourself, but what you believe about the world. A lot of us get into relationships by trying to find meaning in what we don’t know.
Meaning, in the context of relationships, is not a very useful concept. It can be used to justify things, but its just as likely to be used to justify our own behavior. For instance, if a friend is going out to a night club, the friend might say: “because the girl who I like and think I like, is at the club tonight” or “because I hope this girl I like and think I like, is at the club tonight”.
I think the most useful meaning is a good one. Meaning can be used to help us understand the world around us, which is why a good friend might tell you that a good friend is always making you breakfast.
If the friend says this is the best time of day to eat breakfast, I often tell my friends I think that makes sense. If the friend says that you should be careful because something could be going on, I tell my friends that that makes sense. If the friend says that this is very important to you, I tell my friends that that makes sense. If the friend says that it makes you uncomfortable, I tell my friends that that makes sense.
Sometimes, we make a lot of sense even when we’re not making sense. This is a great example of this because I’m sure it’s common for people to just assume something because they’ve been assured it’s true. People say that they believe the “truth” because they have heard it so many times or because they’ve been told it’s true by a trusted friend.
This happens to me all the time. People hear something and they hear it so many times, but they dont bother to question it. We hear it so many times, but we never question it. Maybe one day they will question it, but most likely it will just be a part of the day they dont think about it.
This happens when a person is raised to believe something simply because someone told them to. “You know I believe what I tell you now” is a typical response. “You know I believe what you say. Do you believe what you say?” is a typical response to similar situations. This is one of the main reasons why I have a lot of trouble with people who have been in their current situation for such a long time and assume that everything is true.
The other major reason is that they don’t know the depth of their beliefs and how they may have changed.
One of the most frustrating aspects of life is that it’s easy to assume things because one’s parents did them, and it’s not always obvious that someone was trying to say the opposite of what you’ve believed to be true for a long time. That’s a huge reason why I like to keep a running list of books I’ve read and articles I’ve written on the subject of how people have changed.