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Post by Rayblon on Sun Sep 07, 2014 3:19 pm

Today I vow to invest more time into this forum regardless of whether you guys choose to participate with me or not. To those ends... 

Have you ever experienced something that changed how you choose to live your life or how you see the world?
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Post by Rayblon on Sun Sep 07, 2014 3:24 pm

I, myself, have. Many times. The most recent and perhaps most profound is something I learned in Psychology. 


I learned that there are five recurrent attributes to most human thinking. 
1. It's biased
2. It's distorted(I saw it because i wanted to see it)
3. It's prejudiced (All ____ are ____)
4. It's uninformed (They just are)
5. It's partial(Defending decisions)

It has made me question everything, and I'm better for it.
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Post by Taeron on Mon Sep 08, 2014 11:14 am

After a year of moving back to Thailand, I experienced many different things that changed how I saw things. I was ignorant towards certain things because I didn't want to see my life as it truely was. But once I "opened my eyes," I chose to live differently. I came to realize that this is what my life is now, and I should be grateful for what I have, rather than being mopey about everything.
I've had opportunities that my friends back home will never have nor experience. And I have to take advantage of that (not in a bad way).

This probably made no sense whatsoever but yeah.
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