Least rational, most absurd
If we had to take a stand somewhere
Like it should be paid more.
A whole lot more.
The executive is what we always want to address when we’re meeting someone.
It’s remarkably foolish and we do it every day.
We’re hard wired by our industrial school systems to expect the executive functioning of another person. We expect that they will behave rationally and reasonably.
This would be a fine expectation to have if it weren’t for a simple problem. The people who we think are most bonkers? They have rational reasons for being utterly foolish. This is why it isn’t wise to bring a whole lotta ‘why's’ to a conversation. It creates too much room for the ‘my dog ate my homework logic’.
Let’s accept one foolish fact: When we expect people to be reasonable, rational and act through executive functioning, we’re setting the bar pretty high. As I have mentioned that we humans are pretty incomplete. Our senses are limited. Our knowing of the world is limited to our senses and how we’ve …
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