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RF is not 'black magic' – It's Synthesis, Optimization, Analysis and Realization.
You might be wondering, “What does Ralph Waldo Emerson have to do with either Ayn Rand or prepping?”
I Googled +Ayn +Rand +Ralph +Waldo +Emerson and found this quote:
[Some People] might say: “Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.” They got it from a very little mind, Emerson.
The word, ‘foolish’ is left out, as is the end of the sentence, “… adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines.” Without that word, foolish, the quote fragment sounds as if it could have come from some spoiled teenage ditz’s reference to her hair-do.
This is similar to another problem I keep having: When I read Atlas Shrugged, I don’t find myself. A character like me is just not there, so I feel left out.
It is far easier to disagree with someone’s ideas if you leave out some of their words.
What might RWE have been thinking when he wrote those words? How about party politics? How about a philosophy that says in essence, “If I can’t take a picture of it then it isn’t real?” Maybe he was speaking against religious fundamentalism?
Maybe RWE was simply saying we should say what we honestly think & feel and if in the future our thoughts & feelings change, we should own that change.