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And you experience feelings when you act on those desires. For example, if you desire, or want, to move to a different job, you think that the job will be better than your current job in one or more ways. When you begin working at the new job, you then feel some emotions as a result (satisfaction, dissatisfaction, fulfillment, or frustration, for example). If you feel dissatisfied, you may be driven to rethink your decision. You may try to go back to your old job. And so it goes. Thus, each of the mind’s three functions—thoughts, feelings, and emotions—continually interact and influence one another.
This is why, as humans, we actively hide our hypocrisy from ourselves and others. And although we expect others to adhere to much more rigid standards than the standards we impose on ourselves, we see ourselves as fair. Though we profess certain beliefs, we often fail to behave in accordance with those beliefs. Only to the extent that our beliefs and actions are consistent, only when we say what we mean and mean what we say, do we have intellectual integrity. When you resolve to live a life of integrity, you routinely examine your own inconsistencies and face them truthfully, without excuses.
3. Actively question beliefs that seem obviously true to you, especially deeply held beliefs such as religious, cultural, or political beliefs. 4. Find alternative sources of information that represent viewpoints you have never considered. 5. Don’t be afraid to “explore” new beliefs, and hence to be open to new insights. 6. Make a list of everything you absolutely know about someone you think you know well. Then make a list of things you think are true about that person, but that you cannot be absolutely sure about.