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Reassurance: n. promising and communicating frequently to create confidence in another human(s)

Offspring sometimes have fears of the dark, of being abandoned, and of imaginary monsters. Parents sometimes have to reassure them by promising that nothing bad will happen and have to repeat this over and over again.

Politicians also make promises trying to create confidence in humans that they are the best choice for solving their problems. Reassurance or repeating the same promise over and over again may brainwash some into believing the promise or promises but realistically most are rather cynical and know that many of those promises will not be fulfilled.

Many humans, especially timid ones, need much reassuring to convince them to change their behavior for the better if there is some danger involved. Fear of the unknown or fear of something new and strange may be so great that no amount of reassuring will cause them to do what you think should be done.

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Humans with a record of outstanding achievement in life tend to be more confident, courageous, and optimistic. Humans with much failure in life tend to be timid, fearful, pessimistic, and doubting or uncertain about life.


The more skills and useful knowledge which you have the more confident you are and generally don’t doubt your ability to do things and make things happen which will benefit you. Those with few skills and little knowledge live with more doubt in their lives and frequently feel that they are also in some way unlucky or that the world is just not treating them the way that they think it should.


Many offspring doubt that their parents have all the answers to life and rebel against them frequently being rather certain that they have all the right answers. Many young adults repeat the same mistakes which they have been warned against and only learn through personal bad experiences that many things which role models and parents said were actually true.


Many with religious upbringing start to doubt the mythology and frequently abandon religion entirely and don’t realize that much of the moral code and human nature truisms are still valid today. I too rebelled against religious mythology and the mythology of modern theoretical physics but the difference is that I came up with my own moral code to replace the old one which I now follow “religiously” and advocate that others also follow it. 


It is-except in emergency situations-don’t destroy biodiversity, don’t lie, don’t be inefficient, don’t steal, don’t commit adultery if married, and don’t murder.


My advice about modern theoretical physics is to ignore it because we are just not smart enough to answer the questions which it is trying to solve with absurd mathematical theories.


I am one of those rare individuals who has almost no doubt about anything and is confidently living life very different from those living which much uncertainty and a dearth of knowledge in many things.

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