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from the mind of critic-8/7/18

From the mind of critic: “If bigger is always better, is smaller always worse? Is a smaller version of something inherently worse, because it has fewer features than the bigger version, which has more? Does the outside packaging determine the contents value, or are the contents the only thing that matters, because somebody could always put pretty packaging on a big pile of shit? Are there no black and white rules for anything? Size doesn’t determine value, just like functionality doesn’t. When always and never enter our vocabulary, our critical thinking escapes in favor of ignorant parroting. Led Zeppelin once said sometimes our words have 2 meanings, but there are 2 paths and in the long run, and there’s still time to change the road we’re on. Once we realize descriptions can be distractions but we’ll never know unless we check it out ourselves, we’ll see that because our perceptions create our own reality, which create our own truth, we’ll never find our truth or be able to differentiate between other’s truths, if we don’t think for ourselves. Ignorance is bred, by taking nothing with a grain of salt. Sometimes bigger is better and sometimes smaller is, we figure out which is which, when we realize “better” is subjective. Critical thought breeds critical action, critical action breeds the next revolution. Value is not determined by blindly following, but by critical thought.” 🙂
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