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April 23, 2013

Safe Circles

As you grow up, you create this safe circle around you. It includes people you’re impressed with, books you’ve found thoughtful and stories and morals you've been collecting all the way. These are the people and things you readily believe into. If some information is made to pass through these safe circles to reach you, you'd readily agree without further effort.

Larger the diversity of information you are into, the more safe circles you need. But, as we grow up, we stop creating new safe circles and allow ourselves to take in information from the same old ones that have limited base of understanding about the newer subjects.

Create new safe circles for all the information you are into and desperately strive to keep them updated with the best people and resources. With best opinions from people you could believe in, you’ll have the power to go places…

"Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth." Marcus Aurelius