We all know—and most likely regret—the dispiriting experience of disillusionment. Starting with the truth about Santa Claus, the foundations of our lives were somewhat rattled by the realization that a certain belief we held as patently true and vital was, in reality, false. Next to being alive, the greatest human need is to be certain. Unfortunately, human nature being what it is, this very need drives us to happily rush into belief—just as so many rush into marriage—with the unhappy consequence of embracing untenable tenets. This collection of thoughts and propositions exposes and counters a good many of the fundamental beliefs relating to truth, freedom, faith, happiness, virtues, values, reason, science, and many more.
Sense Nonsense seeks to encourage you to reexamine what you know to be "true." Inspired by the saying, "People tend to believe not what is convincing, but what is convenient; not what reason dictates, but what passion demands," Francisco Garcia-Julve proposes that a deeper, unbiased look is needed to fi nd true life. Here, he offers guidance on that investigation.
With the insights offered inside, you’ll be better endowed to succeed.