Monday 24 November 2014

The Fallacy of Pride

Pride is insisting self-worth from a source whose integration into personal identity is less than absolute, as it stands independently recognizable.

To have experienced Pride means that a shortfall of positive belief within a person first substantiated their unworthiness of whatever the Pride was regarding - otherwise, Pride’s validation could not have elevated the person.

Further, receiving Pride is accepting justification of personal worth and validation as coming from outside of oneself, for lack of it within oneself - and so while it gratifies, it also covertly reduces what a person can intrinsically feel as innately being inside and a piece of themselves, and so it sets them up to be further dependent upon Sociopathic conventions for validation.

That does not mean to fight the sought message from Pride, but to remove it from the compartmentalization of 'Pride' and reallocate it to where it belongs, as part of the simple unary belief of what Is. A belief is a unified set of considerations, and a shortfall of positive belief brings along the inability to consider and appreciate what is actual and real.

Unless a person grows beyond Pride, anyone receiving Pride continues to lack worthiness of its sources - because their belief doesn't hold the considerations to perceive and understand the truth of those sources, and Pride is dishonour and abuse of them. When a person believes and accepts a goodness, there is no surprise or validation about it. Instead, what they already knew to be simply came in its rightful place - and for them, there was no contrasting outcome possibility that could have created a context from which Pride might emerge.


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