Often, when we come across something we know very little about, we think of it as stupid. If it wouldn’t immediately fit our current base of knowledge and experience, then we would discard it. If a majority of other people feel the same way, we assume this validates our deflection of the matter as being stupid.
What if we would remain open to learning all that was new and different? We would learn much more if we would fully consider what is outside of our typical mindset. We could act much more frequently toward our purpose in life if we remained to be curious in absorbing new things and helping others to do the same.
We are free to think what we want. For each opportunity missed, we may be taking away from the total wisdom we would acquire. One of these missed opportunities may have caused a very keen differentiation for how well we would have lived. Be brave to think again so that you might become your best while persisting to be even better as a significant contributor in life.
“Free thinkers are those who are willing to use their minds without prejudice and without fearing to understand things that clash with their own customs, privileges, or beliefs. This state of mind is not common, but it is essential for right thinking.” — Leo Tolstoy —