KHTK AXIOM FIVE

manifested consideration

KHTK AXIOM FIVE: ABSENCE OF MANIFESTATION GIVES RISE TO MANIFESTATION.

When one is faced by some unknown there are always questions that arise, and speculations that follow. These considerations then seem to shape our ideas about the unknown. One does not rest until there is some kind of verification or consistency in one’s understanding about that unknown.

The “unknown,” essentially, is a gaping hole in one’s understanding. Something is missing that could be identifiable. What then follows is an effort to identify what is missing.

Thus, a lack of integrity in understanding appears to be an unstable condition like vacuum. It is immediately filled by questions, speculations, conjectures, etc. These all are manifestation of considerations that are trying to account for the missing manifestation

Considerations, such as, questions, speculations, conjectures, etc., are manifested when faced with unmanifested unknown. 

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Complete Reference: KHTK AXIOMS: A Work in Progress

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