Everyone absorbs different information differently. One person might enjoy reading a book called “The Mathematics of Doors” while someone else might enjoy “The Canterbury Tales.” But we have to remember to keeps our brains on and listen to all information and experiences. The moment we dismiss anything, be it a Christians view of the world to a mathematician espousing on the quadratic equation, we are dismissing part of the moment we are in. We at least need to hear all information and come to our own conclusions. And guess what? People may come to conclude things differently than the way you see/perceive them.

Some information that is right for some people may not be right for others because we are all different. We are absorbing the information that is relevant to our piece of the puzzle. Some people may agree with you, and that’s wonderful, but that doesn’t mean you are right or wrong.


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