In the choice between changing one’s mind and proving there’s no need to do so, most people get busy on the proof. – John Kenneth Galbraith
We make our opinions a part of our very being, we identify with them, they make us. Which is why we have trouble relinquishing them. It’s hard giving up a cherished belief.
How can we best view the value of changing our beliefs, even supplanting them? How can we be more flexible in our thinking, for our own benefit?
Affirmation: I’m open to all ideas and to a solution that benefits all.
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