Socrates said that it was not worth living an unexamined life. This I also believe. For those of you who are familiar with him, you know he died for…

Socrates said that it was not worth living an unexamined life. This I also believe. For those of you who are familiar with him, you know he died for what he believed in. I am not saying that you should die. I am saying that when you believe in something you should give it your all. For him examining why you know something was very important. It is also such for me. If you cannot find proper reasoning for what you believe in then perhaps examine if you should keep the belief. I wish to point out that he was also a pious man and believed in the spiritual. Neither he, nor I, are trying to tell anyone not to believe in his or her religion/morality. Rather the opposite is true. When proper examination takes place, you can believe more fully in whatever you choose. This all begins with trying to figure out what you really know and what you do not. Once you know how limited your knowledge is you may begin to try to proceed with less error. I know this may seem very scientific both he and I believe in the spiritual. He believed that he was guided by a divine force. This to him was proof through experience of the spiritual. The main message that he died for was to say that the wisest man is that which knows he knows not much. If I could just show the world this path of reasoning, I would be content.
– Kevin