I Doubt Doubters

Most people who “doubt” – it’s often not a question of belief in actuality.  It is more a question of backbone and self-discipline being hidden by fronts of doubting belief.  Doubting requires no action of you, just a smart-alecky, haughty veneer that says, “I’m just too intelligent to believe” and lets the doubter do any action or deed desired.  No boundaries when you doubt.  No obligations.  I doubt doubter doubt.  I’m quite convinced they find it convenient to doubt.

Intellectual honesty means plumbing our own attitudes and seeing how much of our “beliefs” are mere laziness.


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