Thought Not Fact

Remember that every thought you may think, is thought not fact. 

It may seem factual, I know. It’s deduced by our own logic and it seem flawless.

But it is still limited by our perspective.

For example. Take two politicians with extremely opposing viewpoints.

Both with the same IQ, education, and even similar career paths.

Both,  incredibly intelligent and revered by their peers.

Now, have them both present their opposing thoughts on a particular political hot topic.

Both parties will believe the other to be factual incorrect.

But someone has to be right, no?

The truth lies in the middle. Taking a bit of logic from both sides of the argument.

Remembering that our thoughts are not fact allow us to learn from both sides.

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