Self-imposed Fog

Our ability to see reality and to see into the future has everything to do with our ability to peer through our self-imposed fog. We all see the world through lenses that are fogged by biases and assumptions about how things are and how things will be. Often these lenses give us inaccurate or incomplete views. It can be difficult and uncomfortable to challenge our assumptions. As noted in a previous post, our opinions become fixed at the point where we stop thinking. Dangerous!


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