Ignore the Anomaly

To be curious about the anomaly requires us to spend time and effort studying what does not fit in. Our fixation is disruptive to the standard ways of thinking.

Most people don’t want new ways of thinking or unique insight: we want stability. Even when presented with a new truth, we graft it onto our old ideas, slightly expanding our worldview without having to rethink or dismiss our intuitive normalcy.

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