An essay on Doubt

An essay on Doubt
Man’;s greatest achievement? Perhaps not, but can you afford not to read on when I am about to tell you about Doubt? In depth analysis of Doubt can be an enriching experience. While it is becoming a hot topic for debate, Doubt is not given the credit if deserves for inspiring many of the worlds famous painters. It is an unfortunate consequence of our civilizations history that Doubt is rarely given rational consideration by those politicaly minded individuals living in the past, who form the last great hope for our civilzation. Keeping all of this in mind, in this essay I will examine the major issues.

Social Factors

Interweaving social trends form a strong net in which we are all trapped. When blues legend ‘;Bare Foot D’; remarked ‘;awooooh eeee only my dawg understands me’; [1] he failed to understand that if one seriously intends to ‘;not judge a book by its cover’;, then one must read a lot of books. Difference among people, race, culture and society is essential on the survival of our world, however Doubt helps to provide some sort of equilibrium in this world of ever changing, always yearning chaos.

Some analysts have been tempted to disregard Doubt. I haven’t. It has been said that the one thing in society which could survive a nuclear attack is Doubt. This is incorrect, actually cockroaches are the only thing which can survive a nuclear attack.

Economic Factors

Is unemployment inherently bad for an economy? Yes. We shall examine the Custard-Not-Mustard model, a classic economic system of analysis.


The statistics make it clear that Doubt is a major market factor. My personal view is that inflation sings a very different tune. Perhaps to coin a phrase Doubteconomics will be the buzz word of the century

Political Factors

Politics was once a game featuring competitors from elite classes. Placing theory on the scales of justice and weighing it against practice can produce similar results to contrasting the two sides of Doubt.

We cannot talk of Doubt and politics without remembering the words of award winning journalist Bartholomew Rock ‘;You can lead a horse to water, big deal.’; [2] What a fantastic quote. If our political system can be seen as a cake, then Doubt makes a good case for being the icing.

The question which we must each ask ourselves is, will we allow Doubt to win our vote?

To conclude Doubt is both a need and a want. It questions, ‘;literally’; plants seeds for harvest, and always chips in.

The final say goes to the award winning Leonardo Malkovitch: ‘;You win some, you loose some, but Doubt wins most often.’; [3]