“Keep an open mind” is a refrain I hear from people often, sometimes from people I find to be particularly close-minded or dense. I could be wrong about them though. And that’s what this topic is about. The possibility of being wrong about what I think, my conclusions, my values, my entire worldview, is something that haunts me constantly. So little in reality seems knowable to me, and so much is extrapolated, speculative, and just down right baseless nonsense, that the spectre of possible wrongness is just an unavoidable part of us dealing with a vast and complex reality. It’s easy to say, “keep an open mind”, but how? Should is an easy thing to spout off. How, that’s where things get tricky. So, hopefully you’ll join me for a conversation about the hows in life, about your own experience with doubt, and maybe we’ll even talk about when it’s time to close our minds and settle on one description of reality or another.

I look forward to seeing everyone Saturday. This topic was set up with short notice, so it might be a more free-form discussion.

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