The more you are convinced that you know something well, the more you will filter out and ignore all other information that contradicts your beliefs.
We can see this pattern of thinking for almost any topic.
If you have just bought a Honda Civic car and you believe it is the best car on the market, then you will naturally read all the articles you can find about the car, praising it.
And at the same time if there is a magazine listing another car as the best choice
You will reject it and assume that the editor of the Phone Number List magazine is wrong from what you value in a car.
It is not common for us as normal human beings to test every thing whether it is right or wrong.
Instead, we are more likely to draw our own conclusions, assume they are correct and find information we believe to support them.
Most people don’t want new information, they just want to confirm information they already believe.
Challenging beliefs that have proved us wrong all along?
This is human nature.
It’s not fun to think that we’ve been wrong all along.
And no human wants to appear defeated.
It is quite unpleasant to read a book that challenges our political beliefs
Or remember the criticism of our favorite football team.
Sometimes we find it very difficult to accept how Phone Lead followers of other religions try to interfere in our religious affairs.
Is this wrong? Nope.
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We also have the right to defend what we believe in, because life is not based solely on logic.