We rely on our five empirical senses to find our way around in the world. We have invented work arounds to correct impairments, but only to a point. We must become alert to our gaps in noticing information we have missed.
When it comes to criticism, we relish the good, dismiss the bad, and if the news is more negative than we think necessary, we can get downright ugly about it.
It might surprise you that the truth in advertising laws do not require the seller to tell the truth. So, protect yourself at all times.
INLightenment requires a truth teller and a willing listener.
There can be so much information that obstructs and distracts that the truth of a matter is not immediately obvious.
We must continually hold ourselves responsible for being the example good we expect in others.
Everything we know is a product of our thoughts. All languages, all ideology, all religions, our total and complete life, is a product of our thoughts, both conscious and subconscious.
Going deep on an issue takes a willingness to know and understand information that will help us make good choices.
Criticism is always personal. It can hurt our feelings while liberating us to seek our personal betterment.
What good does it do to find your voice then fail to open your mouth? The INPowered stand firm when it is time to speak up.
I used to live in communities of man-made fear where I was told to believe the world was a dangerous place. Then I decided to stop living in that world.
When you start lying to others—or to yourself—you become a slave to the lie.