Applying Abstractions

First, Thought is given a suggested notion – a Concept. Then, a Concept may or may not be accepted as a possible course of action. The action of thinking begins before you can process the information to begin with – being a sponge as an infant. Put simply, give yourself a command and follow it. Applying on the rails might look something like the following common stories:

 “I don’t feel ____ for them. It’s not like they ____. How can they ever ____ if they don’t ____? I wish they would just ____, life would be so much easier.”
“I wish I ______ more. I regret not ______ when I had the chance. I miss not ______ more.”
“I hate it when they ______! It just ______!! I should give ______ a piece of my mind, the ______!”
“Typical <name>. Always ______.”
“Pathetic. The least you could do is ______ if you’re not good enough.”
Don’t let its’ dictionary definition fool you! Abstraction has several uses, all derived from something already previously observed. It might be called a ‘meta concept’, to keep in line with the Meta series.
Is it knocking down the doors of bias into new, ‘confusing’ territory yet? Deriving a concept from the abstractions might be considered an abstracted abstraction, yes? All this food for thought is great, but you might wonder, where does this lead? That depends on you, dear reader.

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