There are nine tasks:
3. Clerical work
A task is dependent upon energy levels and mood.
Energy levels may be divided into six intensities:
6. High intensity
5. Mid-high intensity
4. Mid intensity
3. Mid-low intensity
2. Low intensity
1. No intensity
Mood may be divided into three types:
The nine tasks should be completed in keeping with the following levels of energy and calm:
1. Writing = high to mid-intensity, good to neutral mood
2. Editing = mid intensity to mid-low intensity, neutral mood
3. Clerical work = mid-low intensity to low intensity, neutral mood
4. Exercise = high intensity to mid-high intensity, neutral mood
5. Music = mid-low intensity to low intensity, neutral mood
6. Chores = high-mid intensity to mid-low intesnity, neutral mood
7. Hygiene = low intensity, neutral to bad mood
8. Leisure = mid to low intensity, bad mood
9. Sleep = no intensity, mood irrelevant
Stated a different way:
Best = writing
Mid = editing, exercise, clerical, chores
Worst = hygiene, leisure
Speech is only permissible if it involves the following qualities:
1. Kind or neutral
2. Beneficial or neutral
3. Timely or neutral
The opposite of such speech is all speech that is: unkind, unbeneficial or untimely.
Lies are permissible if they are kind, beneficial and timely. They are to be used sparingly, however, and never for self-exaltation. An example of a kind lie is agreeing with someone's religious delusions when they are old.
Jokes are permissible, if timely.
Tone must also be regulated. If one cannot speak in a neutral tone, then an affected, sweet tone should be used rather than a tone of anger.
The following items are allowed in the bedroom:
4. Exercise equipment
Computers Clothes must be 1
The following items are allowed in the bathroom:
Final Section. Logic
An axiom is that which cannot be refuted except by affirmation.
Logic cannot be refuted except by affirmation.
Empiricism cannot be refuted except by affirmation.
Therefore, logical empiricism is axiomatic.
Incoherentism cannot refute logical empiricism as "refutation" is an act of logic/empiricism.
Fideism cannot refute logical empiricism on account of fideism being indistinguishable from incoherence.
Skepticism cannot refute logical empiricism on account of "skepticism" requiring a logical empirical standard by which to judge "true", "false, "likely" or "unlikely."