Continued from Part 4: https://is.gd/SHXWsC
The Young Man: – My task was to figure out just how exactly I was going to implement my objective. The first and most obvious was to look at when I had done something stupid. Which at ten, was much more often than I would have liked. 🙂
Starting with my mindless behaviour was obvious. But not simple…
I didn’t think I *was* stupid. Yet I was keenly aware of silly and worse things I had done. A conundrum.
How could I have been so foolish when I wasn’t a total idiot?
I sorted the nonsensical behaviour. Okay, some were because I had simply been ignorant. I hadn’t known better. Ignorance, I knew even then, was not the same as stupidity.
I remembered one incident in particular., happened when I was about five…
This incident had affected me profoundly when it occurred. Because I had at the time, become thoroughly aware I could do things without knowing better. And I had become Aware I could act not knowing the consequences. It had been profound at five. And has never left me.
That incident became a large part of what was to follow…
Continued in Chapter 2 – A Young Boy’s Story: https://is.gd/cvnRVq
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