Principle of Continuous Observation


Make the best of any situation by extracting useful information from every life experience.

See the world for what it is with solemn focus; absolute observations without bias. The interpretation of information reflects the association of ideas. It uses categories to form big, enveloping ideas: the abstract and concrete; the simple and complex; the real and imagined. It forms questions about the past and future; the evolution of nature, the factors influencing intent, the scope of what was and is and will be possible, the consequences of what is likely to happen based on the present state of the world. With logical induction, it draws general lessons from specific experiences. With logical deduction, it points general concepts into specific solutions. Risk is a function of imperfect observation, imperfect logic, and inaccessible information.