Episode 93: Being Sincere Doesn’t Mean You’re Right, and Being Wrong Doesn’t Mean You’re Lying
In this current age of toxicity people often assume if someone states something they don’t agree with, the automatic reaction is “YOU’RE LYING”… Are they really lying, or are they wrong? Can someone be wrong, and be sincere, but not be lying? Just because someone is sincere about their beliefs, does not make them right, but also does not mean they are lying.
People without the benefit of having facts on their side often like to inhibit or censor the ability of those with dissenting information, and never in American history have we seen a time when there is more of a concerted effort by some to censor those of differing thoughts and opinions. This often times makes the skirmish between “you’re lying” and “you’re wrong” much more difficult, because peoples’ survival instinct kicks in when they are not “allowed” to voice their concerns and opinions. Is it any wonder we are so divided? Take a listen and let me know your thoughts…
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