Speaking from a mature and healthy thought
Let us be open to the truth and ready to seek, in the midst of so many confusions and deceits, clues that help to know a little better the complex world in which we live.
Some statements emerge as an emotive reaction to dramatic events. After an attack, an earthquake, an unexpected crisis, we hear statements of all kinds, some extremely strange. Let's look at the latter.
"It's the fault of climate change". "Behind this are the usual". "They have acted by evil forces". "We're going to a global disaster". "The police will never solve this". "Arms dealers have financed this terrorist group".
Phrases of this style reflect a curious way of thinking because many times they are built without any foundation and with many prejudices. Which is synonymous with reasoning wrong, and so easily one is mistaken in a more or less serious way.
It also happens that the flute sounds by chance, and so some visceral statements give in the target. But out of this kind of "hits", most of the trials formulated at strongly emotional times are false.
Therefore, before formulating unsubstantiated phrases, before issuing categorical and attractive but false judgments, we must stop for a moment and think: What do we know? What do we not know? What is the degree of seriousness of the "informative sources"?
In a world where it is so easy to say, where supposed "experts" are born as autumn mushrooms, we need the help of serious, thoughtful men, capable of separating the straw from the grain, ready to remain silent before issuing crazy judgments.
As humans, we have magnificent possibilities to speak from mature and healthy thinking, not from emotions or prejudices that lead many times to falsehood, hatred, dismissal or manipulation.
Only from that thought, we will be open to the truth and ready to seek, amid so many confusions and deceits, clues that help to know a little better the complex world in which we live.