Assuming You Are Right
The challenge of knowing things (or thinking you know things) is that what you know is either based off of personal observation, or based on what you have learned from others.
- Your personal observations can be incomplete since you rarely see everything involved, and you assign meaning to what you see, and
- what you have learned from others can be skewed by others, and without your own personal verification, you are just assuming is true.
This is why you must always be learning and observing and questioning everything you know. New information can come from anywhere and help you understand the universe better.
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