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Part 8: True and False Central Beliefs

    Posted by Admin on November 30, 2009

Having a settled, central belief is not a mark of belief that is maturing.

Merely having a central belief settled is not a definable mark of a belief that is maturing.

It is important to frequently monitor whether our beliefs are in fact conducive to truth or to falsehood.

When our beliefs are connected to reality, then they have the best opportunity to be settled deeply within our core.

It is this insight that Klaus underscores in hisrecent Musing.

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