To have faith or believing in arguments that conclude in virtue,
To question and inquire how to be noble in conduct and behaviour,
Not for the sake of behaviour, conduct, virtue, argument or faith,
But to learn not to act on needless desire, assertion, impulse, repulse or moral certitude,
And to practice doing this process in all our affairs,
As if logic itself is the product of such a process.
True sensitivity helps us respond to our reaction, impulsivity, repulsiveness and unwanted desire,
This hard work heals our souls with good decisions that lead us to the proper use of those behaviours, conductors,virtues arguments and faith.
Not the other way around…