. This article is a message. It is a blog post. It is a weblog post. It is a log entry. It is a logic entry. It is information to enter into logic, short-term or long-term.* The log entry abbreviated as UC#692 is used to illustrate how much information is in your logic that you use to quickly make a single final decision. It illustrates that every decision is made of multiple decisions and definitions and contexts and presuppositions. Most of us are aware of the summary steps in our thought process but not the sub-steps that make up the summary steps. This then also means we are unaware of all the information we are relying on in those sub-steps. Cardinal Principle #9 reminds us to check ourselves for internal congruence between our intentions, thoughts, feelings, and actions. This ability requires us to stay in touch with our heartfelt feelings and bring them to conscious awareness.(Principle #9) Writing out the steps used to reach a decision can be helpful in identifying errors in the process and helpful in identifying places where more information is needed. It is a study tool. A schema.
This is similar to the thought process definition and example.
I have thousands of pages of logic entries written down but have not published on the internet. These logic entries are drafts, notes and works-in-progress for study and reference. All of them, no matter what they contain, are very useful.
All of us have thousands of such log entries in our brains and in every cell in our bodies that is information in draft form and notes and thoughts-in-progress of further development.
Some of us mistake these log entries as the final conclusion for all time or as useless information. Trust me, if there is information anywhere in your logic, it is being used.
No log entry is supposed to be the final entry on the subject or the absolute final conclusion not subject to revision. (See “Example-Based Definitions | Open-minded, Closed-Minded”)
All information in logic must be subject to revision otherwise we defeat the purpose of learning, growing, maturing.
This logic entry and those specifically referenced in this logic entry are designed to help you understand more how your mind works.
Let us be certain to understand that every message on this blog is a logic entry. This one is just more of an unedited, behind the scenes look.
Every piece of information on the internet is a logic entry.
Every piece of information you get from all forms of media is a logic entry.
Everything stored in your genetic library is a logic entry.
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As an Initiate, you will find you already have a lot of understanding but it's just not connected and/or is in the wrong order and/or is incomplete just enough to throw off the entire thought process. You will find yourself making more adjustments and revisions rather than overhauls because understandings already possessed are very useful.
*Log entries go all at once into the same place that has many names (brain, computer, CPU, memory, hard drive, genetics, DNA, RNA, store, storage, safe-keeping, logic, reasoning, library)
"Free and critical minds can emerge only by a return to the source-the primary sources. A free and critical mind takes nothing for granted and is not intimidated by "authorities" who frequently may be more confused than the general public. Free and critical minds seek truth without chauvinism or shame." - Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1)
“One single bit of information, if missing, incomplete, out of order or just plain wrong, has the potential to significantly alter thought processes, conclusions, decisions and behaviors, even when that one single logic entry exists in a sea of accuracy.”