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  1. This was a clever, amusing talk, for sure, but was it really or radically wise? Or did it just start from the same old assumptions that most modern-day thinking does?
    Well, I can only say that if one really doesn’t know the answer to the question, ‘what am I doing this for?’, then wisdom truly is lacking in one’s life. And if the answer comes back: ‘for no good reason’, then wisdom would urge to stop doing it. Trouble is, most people carry on doing what they’re doing for no good reason, even when in their hearts they know better, and that’s when trouble starts. We are still constrained by a way of reasoning that contradicts the reality of life and love. Wisdom does not contradict reality. What kind of reasoning does not contradict reality? Does this talk provide any clue?
    cf https://www.bestthinking.com/articles/society_and_humanities/philosophy/bombshells-the-devastating-mistakes-of-abstract-perception

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