Friday, July 30, 2010

On Problem Solving 03 09 2010

On Problem Solving

Make your thoughts stand the test of reason. When they fail the test of reason you should start thinking better thoughts that stand the test of reason.

Do not be afraid to think of different ways to solve problems and don’t be afraid to laugh at the absurd and ridiculous thoughts that are unworkably foreign. Sometimes it is indeed helpful to make a joke out of the absurd to serve an annotation in the future of what not to do. Analyzing different outcome in this matter is the nature of development. Reflection upon events that actually transpire with regard to directions chosen is the basis of genius.

Build a ladder work of strong premises that do not sway from the immature intrusion of sick and uneducated minds. Listen but do not be led astray by foundations that rest on faulty premises or do not achieve hierarchical goals. This is a basis as you compare foundations of projects as to design, cost savings, and strength. But also with regards to all constructs of reason, judgment and philosophy, etc.

One of the main obstacles in teaching and in constructive politics in this country is, “A question that implies a false premise instead.”

Make sure foundations are built on a strong base or premises, that meet all standard project goals and more, otherwise you have built a “castle of sugar cubes.”

God Bless Those Who Think For Themselves

Thomas Paul Murphy

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

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