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Musician – An expert at the laws of music. The laws of music are based on the values of notes. A musician can identify the value of all the notes in a composure.  Is the note a C, D, E, F, G etc..  Being that each note has a specific value, the musician does not make opinions about the value of a note.  I have never met a musician that did not know the values of the notes they use in their profession.

Mathematician – An expert at the laws of math.  The laws of math are based on the values of numbers. A mathematician can identify the value in all the numbers in a math problem. Is the number a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc.. Being that each number has a specific value, the mathematician does not make opinions about the value of a number. I have never met a mathematician that did not know the values of the numbers they use in their profession.

Attorney – An expert at the laws of contracts.  The laws of contracts are based on the values of words.  An attorney can identify the value in all the words in a contract. Is the word an Adverb, Verb, Adjective, Pronoun, Noun etc.. I have never met an attorney that knew the values of the words they use in their profession. Being that each word has a specific value, the attorney only makes opinions about the value of the words since they do not actually know the value of the words they are using.  This would be the same as a musician making opinions about the values of musical notes in a composure or a mathematician making opinions about the value of numbers in a math problem.

An attorney will take the value of a word that is a noun and change it to become a verb.  This would be the same as a musician taking the value of a note that is a C and changing it to become a E.  This would be the same as a mathematician taking the value of a number that is a 1 and changing it to become a 3.

 

 

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