1 + 1 = 3

What is true? What do you know with certainty that’s true? 1 +1 = 2. Are you sure that’s true?

Is it true that the sum is greater than the parts? If so, then 1 + 1 = 2 cannot be true. How can these two principles of logic coexist? They contradict each other.

Thinking is easy. Naturally, we think about things from one moment to the next. Thinking clearly is hard. Thinking clearly requires rigorous training and years of daily effort.

1 + 1 = 2 is not always true. Sometimes, the sum is greater than the parts. Don’t be fooled by math. Logic precedes and instructs math. Don’t be fooled by what other people think is true. Let your intellect tell you what’s true.


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