Imagine for a moment that your mind is a black hole of sorts. Energy, in the form of information, flowing through space and time, passes over the event-horizon of your consciousness, and seemingly cements itself within the constructs of your mind. It soon becomes obvious the vast majority of information we encounter is not done so voluntarily, and even when we do actively seek out information, the desire to do so stems from that same place of indirectly gathered knowledge. Following this line of thought quickly blurs the line separating the observer and the observed.

The point of this thought exercise is to show you that your mind is a very structured tool; a structured tool that is capable of holding infinite varieties of information, which can manifest in an infinite variety of opinions. The ego, always looking for a way to define itself, manufactures these opinions, and will go to almost any length to defend them. This…

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