We’ve all been rejected in one form or another in our lives. From childhood when you don’t get what you want as children and the times when your parents’ affections are withheld from you through something that you believed you did, in the playground when other kids don’t want to play with you as they prefer to play with the other kids, when you start forming romantic attachments and are not noticed by that person you are attracted to, when you apply for College or University and don’t get accepted, when you apply for a job or a role and your resume does not even take you through to an interview, when you form a romantic relationship and your lover doesn’t give you affection if you don’t behave in a certain way that is acceptable to them, when your partner or wife or husband leaves you because they no longer feel connected with you or with the relationship… and so on. There are so many examples. Continue reading
Knowledge then is about being able to recognise the labels on things.
When someone is less knowledgable than you, all it means is that they haven’t yet been taught or indoctrinated or “educated” to recognise that label, or they haven’t yet been programmed to slice and dice and compartmentalise what already is. Continue reading