Seven arrows on rationality and logic

First arrow: The most rational persons are without fail always the most boring and uncreative persons. Few, if any, creative geniuses are truly rational.

Second arrow: Just because you don’t have the organon of understanding to comprehend doesn’t irrational it make.

Third arrow: Any good lie must wear rationality like a caphardum over its face.

Fourth arrow: Logic—for some—is a piece of cloak to cover their shame; but for some others, a shackles that must be broken.

Fifth arrow: Logic is the plastering art over all the contradictions as if they were harlot’s cheeks without ever realizing natural beauty is far superior.

Sixth arrow: Anyone who thinks by following logic is an average thinker.

Seventh arrow: Really truthful books are neither logical nor rational. The most truthful books: the Bible, and any good textbook on Quantum Mechanics.

Author: jennifer suzuki

I have been a very confused—some might say very conflicted—girl ever since I can remember and I have always lived in a fantasy world of my own making.

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