I see what I believe

If I want to perceive another religion as being a threat to my own, I will find several reasons to support this claim.

If I want to think of an illness as less dangerous than it really is, I am likely to ignore its warning signs.

Once I have labeled my boss a cold taskmaster, I am prone to spot instances of this behaviour in her.

If I believe my university to be the best in the country, I can spot several reasons to back this claim.

The moment I buy a new cryptocurrency, I am biased to believe that it has a bright future.

When I want the world to be a certain way, my perception distorts the truth to fulfil my wish. To experience the truth, I must lean into the world without any expectations of my own.

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