Before taking information to heart, it's important to ask ourselves questions such as:

Is the information the actual source of the story?
What is the motive of the person who is sharing the information?
What is their point of view?
And, what actual evidence do they provide to support their point of view?

This will not always lead you into a relationship with the truth that can withstand the test of time, but it will at least open your mind to your motives for reading and sharing the information. Information is not always fact-based. Adopting another person’s ideas is not always bad.

But just like being in love with an idea is not meaningful (although I will admit it does feel good), sometimes questioning information and narratives can be painful, require that you admit you may have been wrong, and sometimes simply require letting go and moving on so you can find other sources of information that are real.

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