Otherwise people get cocky and actually believe they know something.

Anything *is* possible, depending on the context.
Can I fly crosslegged while touching my fingers? Sure – I can levitate.

I could levitate in my mind.
I could construct a picture *showing* me levitating and therefore, I levitated.
I could get wires that lift me up to levitate.

It only becomes a problem when “if and only if” is attached to the possible answers.

Just the other day, I made a Vine telling people they could be anything. This girl wrote back, “Yeah, well I can’t be a Unicorn for the rest of my life!”

I said, “Sure you can. If you believe you’re a Unicorn, you’re a Unicorn. The people around you might not agree with you but that’s their problem isn’t it?”

So, I’m saying the same thing as the above Meme, just in a more positive fashion. Since I believe that Delusion is _also_ the state of mind of the “Credible Proposition” person who made that graphic, I prefer to keep it positive. Otherwise people get cocky and actually believe they know something.

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