A FAIR TRIAL is based on PROOF.
A JUST VERDICT is based on EVIDENCE.
When we judge others it is important to understand the difference in these two ideals.
These two similarly worded ideologies guide most of us in relationships, our work and our politics.
I’m not so sure about BLONDIE.
HOW TO END THE LEARNING PROCESS IN A FEW EASY LESSONS.
The word “proof”, when added, changes a report into an advertisement, a discovery into a product and the reader into a victim of inanity. I know this because I attempt to prove myself “right” at least a dozen times a day and each time I discover that I was mistaken. (Discovery is a truth word – proof is but a lie).
I don’t mind discovering my mistakes because they help me to learn and to be more patient with others of my ilk who are “always right”. These mistakes are rescuing me from the mire of mindless management, and of running the risk of never growing, of never, ever learning another, single new thing.
Another solution? Accept the Love and pass it on.