Questionable Truths of mentalization
“The truth may be questionable”
The truth will be categorized into three various aspects of being
1st wise monkey; is all about purpose
2nd wise monkey; is all about action
3rd wise monkey; is all about planning
“three wise monkeys” .
The three wise monkeys answer the key aspects of their own truth by asking What is the truth? what form does it shape? Where is it obtained? these are answered by each wise monkey for a greater understanding of the truths truthfulness given their each unique combined answer of question by having the knowledge of the purpose of the truth, the action observed by this truth and what & where it is obtained from this truth. By seeking to fully understand these 3 aspects they seek a greater understanding of the knowledge of this truth.
We begin by asking a question, What is the truth?.
This basic understanding stems from that the truth has a purpose of its truthfulness in our knowledge or knowingness and it requires an action of the very least of thought of observation to justify and validate its purpose or truthfulness that is achieved through planning or an obtainable method of observation of the truth, eliminating the delusion of the manipulated truth & the formation it has undergone to form a lie.
What does this all mean, three wise monkeys? it means that the three monkeys are wise.
From this is example the monkeys are able to form a conceptual idea or mental design of questioning truth, that is every question will contain the truth of its true nature according to the purpose, observation & choice of this truth.
Therefore in the eyes of the 3 wise monkeys to ask a question is to have a purpose for its truth, that is validated by thought & is a matter of choice of the order the truth that has been given.
Never question the truth of what you fail to understand, for the world is filled with wonders
The Psalmist teaches us as follows, in this article we may compare it to the frame work presented
Hear No Evil (all about purpose)
The Psalmist teaches us, in the very first verse of the Book of Psalms, “Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful.” – Psalms 1:1 NKJV. Therefore, do not listen to ungodly counsel, or in other words, hear no evil.
Speak No Evil (all about action)
The Apostle Paul admonished the saints in Ephesus to speak purely: “Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.” – Ephesians 4:29 KJV
See No Evil (all about planning)
Jesus Himself, when it comes to “seeing no evil”, teaches us to go to extremes to keep our eyes from causing us to sin: “If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck it out and cast it from you; for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish, than for your whole body to be cast into hell.” – Matthew 5:29 NKJV
The Three 3 Wise Monkeys Carving at the Toshogu Shrine in Japan