Its funny how logic and reasoning works. Take 1,2,3,4,5 as the flow of logic; one being in a nutshell, the farthest away form the truth, and 5 being the truth. Often times when observing a topic I come to conclusion 1. Then as time progresses I reach 2, then 3; but upon reaching 3 I realize that 1 was in fact closer to 5 then 2, so I go back to 1 and reexamine it. Upon reexamination I notice that 2 and 3 are definitively wrong and therefore conceive 4. 4 then makes me realize that 2 and 3 work well together and do not in fact contradict each other, so then I formulate 5 as a means to solve all preceding numbers without contradiction.

The next person following the same topic immediately conceives 2 then jumps to 4, back to 3, then uses 2 and 3 to form 4.5.

Looking at this it was actually beneficial to see 1 first; due to my ability to see a lesser truth I was able to use it as a means to get closer to 5.

Most people believe that 1 is no matter what wrong and bad to the thought process. They are wrong-regardless of how far away form 5 it is, even the most basic thoughts like 1 can prove potent enough to bring you past the threshold of 4.5 into the 5 realm.