First of all I'd like to admit that I always express my opinion, this opinion could be right or could be wrong, BUT what I'm saying is what I really believe.
In other words I'm not trying to say what others want to listen, my objective is not to gain popularity.
Surprisingly I've realized that the majority of you cares more for arguments and debates rather than learning and applying what you know in order to reap the rewards.
What is knowledge when there is nothing to apply it?
I can't and I don't want to know everything, I just want to know what is useful for me and my life.
Let's look at it from a different angle, what do you prefer, having sex or discussing about it?
-"I had wonderful sex experience with this position''
-''He is a great liar because I've used that position and my dick didn't faction properly''
-''Objection your honer, my dick is longer than you think!''
What's the point in such arguments?
Could anyone make anything useful out of it except laughing and even this not always.
My purpose is not to argue, my goal could never be to prove you wrong, I'm not seeking for such occasions but forums like this are full of it unfortunately.
This fact make things harder for the minority, like me, to learn something useful.
Forums should be considered as a medium for exposing and exchanging ideas,information in order to help each other and progress all together.
Like the administrator of this forum once said, it's completely unproductive,uninspiring,pointless and futile to concern only for non constructive criticism, that's the origin of the dogmatic narrow minds.
Definition of the word dogma is when someone rejects anything different than what he/she already practices and preaches.
Even when the dogmatic authority is true and correct, it can be wrong when rejecting another part of reality which happens to be also correct.
In other words, what makes you right, doesn't make me wrong...why not to embrace something which have been beyond our field of view?
What if every human being accepted only what already been considered as norm to be the only reality?
Would that help our knowledge and consciousness to evolve and our lives to progress?
I think not, it would only satisfy the confirmation of what's already been known (regardless the level of correctness).
I'm just wondering, do our dogmatic authoritarians practice what they preach??