Self-Deception

October 20, 2021 pwm1

The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.

—Leonardo da Vinci (Image licensed by Penn Wealth)
Leonardo Da Vinci statue, by Luigi Pampaloni, 1839. It is located in the Uffizi courtyard, in Florence.

Take every opportunity to challenge your own thoughts and beliefs. In the process, you will either reinforce them while developing a better understanding of those who hold an opposing viewpoint, or—more than likely—you will come to refine your convictions and sharpen your ability to defend them. 

—Mike Hazell

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