Re: Olympic piety

James Daugherty (
Mon, 29 Jul 1996 07:56:17 -0400 (EDT)

> On Sun, 28 Jul 1996, James Daugherty wrote:
> > This brings up a serious question. Can a person with a scientific
> > mind set ever have the "certainty" that seems to be required for peak
> > performance in many fields of endeavor?
> I think so, but you have to temporarily leave the analytic/sceptic way of
> thinking. It is a great tool to use to orient oneself, but slightly
> limiting when you have set your course and want to DO it. Always finding
> new possibilities and evaluating them reduces our mental focus, sometimes
> we have to "be one" with the task, and just do it.
> I borrow mental tricks from various religions and ideologies, or make them
> up myself. For example....>

Yeah, but can "tricks" really compete with utterly moronic faith?

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