Philosophy Questioning ideas
Many times our parents instilled in us that it is the best thing for us, I think that is valid until a certain age, but also until a certain age we cannot let anyone impose their way of thinking on us, once we are older and know how to differentiate between good and evil we can make our own decisions, and we can think for ourselves.
I remember reading that Socrates was condemned to death for questioning the existence of the Gods by corrupting the thinking of the young people of that time, however after reading very well I realized that Socrates was only questioning the ideas that they wanted to instill in them.
As always the power is who tells us what we have to do and what we have to think.
But one of the things that led Socrates to go down in history is that he had the opportunity to withdraw his words to save himself from the death penalty with respect to his discernment of the ideas he had of the designs of those Gods that many worship. And he did not, he did not withdraw his thoughts and he stood firm in his thoughts until the end he drank in poison.
This power that has existed for more than 2000 years only wants us to be submissive and silent without true opinion, much less to question some things that in the eyes of everyone are very wrong.
But since we do not oppose power, that power which can corrupt any thought, that power which involves others and makes them fall in love with ideas that are not healthy for anyone, it is power that knows that it can dominate minds and thoughts, and weakness is the ignorance of those people, and to the extent that there are more ignorant people, power becomes stronger.
But since we can change the world, it is not that I want to change it from my perspective. I know that I don't let myself be dominated by power without becoming a revolutionary - a word that is used a lot in this world to identify change, but in its turn is a big lie.
Another way that power wants to dominate minds with ideas that only benefit a few and harm many, but that has to do with everything I write with Socrates from my point of view everything because he opposed a system imposed by the power to dominate and he opposed it only by questioning those ideas.
We can all question any idea, but anyone who reads this publication can question me. It is his individual right, of course, and he can also suggest his point of view.
We can't let anyone impose their way of thinking on us and change our way of thinking
We too, in a way, have the power not to let darkness impose itself upon us, and the best way is always to question ideas.