Monday 24 November 2014


Worthiness is a matter of Considerations substantiating merit.

As said, a belief is a unified set of considerations, and a shortfall of positive belief is also the inability to consider and appreciate what is actual and real.

If a person's belief contains within it all considerations in a manner that substantiates a thing's Truth, then they are worthy of it. If not, then they are unworthy of it – regardless of what their overall character is. A person can be fully worthy of what they are kept from, and unworthy of what they possess. A person or anything's worth cannot be gauged by Observation.

Unworthiness can be turned into worthiness by fulfillment of Considering.


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