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On Common Demands for Consistency as a Judgement Guideline Used for People, Groups and Individuals

Cricket Diane C “Sparky” Phillips, 2008

Human beings are the only creature in the world that are inconsistent. They are designed that way. They are not driven by instincts. Animals are driven by instincts. Animals are consistent because they are driven primarily by instincts.

Human beings are driven by thought, learning, reasoning, free-will, creativity, choice, decision discernment skills and interpretations, sub-conscious drives and instincts as a part only of all those things. Goal-driven and determination of the self are key factors in those choices.

Consistency is not among them. For the purposes of its survival, human beings cannot afford to be consistent, stagnant nor unchanging. That is why we are made this way – to be able to successfully compete in a complex and often changing environment, called Earth. (and possibly, the Universe.)

Written by Cricket Diane C “Sparky” Phillips, 05-18-08

Cricket House Studios, USA1 – 2008

“Creating the Tangible from the Impossible every day.”