Wednesday, April 20, 2005


One of my pet theories is the notion, that a great deal of human anxiety is caused by a failure to accept the necessity of intuition.  My reasoning goes like this: The perfect antidote to anxiety is certainty.  Certainty requires proof.  Outside the realm of pure logic, no real proof exists; therefore, in the world beyond pure logic, it never will be possible to attain that perfect antidote.  I see a lot of people who attempt to manage their anxiety by trying to prove things that cannot be proven.  It does not work very well.  That topic is worth a post or two.

Power is based upon knowledge, and knowledge is based upon guesswork; therefore, the basis of power is guesswork, and all power is questionable.  This is why those individuals who are the most narcissistic also are the most insecure.