What prompts an individual to become emotional isn’t universal. We may also feel the same way about something, but for different reasons. It’s worth clarifying before responding.
I thought I’d show how my style of writing has developed in time by writing about the same concept on faith and its effect on the heart in three different ways.
Comforts don’t have to be a waste of time. They don’t have to be blind either.
If you fill a bottle, you have to drink it sometime or else it’ll leak or even burst. If not drink it, then empty it, but something needs to be done. Our feelings are like that.
As much as we’d like to have concrete proofs to consider a claim, it isn’t always possible. This is about how we can use reason to increase its likelihood.
I talk about the different types of reasoning and how they influence us.
Sometimes we have to take it easy and grow with what we have.
You ever notice that it's always easier to understand a fact when we have an example at hand?
It’s amazing how even a basic concept like listening can have so much depth to it. Then again, it might be because it’s so basic that there’s a lot of depth to it.
You may as well call this my about page.