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Among the most pernicious falsehoods ever spoken is, “Everyone has a right to his own opinion.” The right to an opinion is earned by diligent study of the subject at hand. Ignorance has no such right, and strong feelings count for nothing in the arena of truth.

However, you do have a right—no, a responsibility—to humbly pursue truth, and finding it, believe it and act upon it. This will present unwanted challenges; we will often revolt against such education. Humility tastes bitter at first, but on the mature pallet, the aftertaste is sweet.



Posted 2018·05·11 by David Kjos
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