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“We like to think we perceive the world as it actually is. However, our senses can be deceived. Sometimes, the problem is selective perception, where we don't see certain things because our focus is elsewhere. In other cases, we can actually see things that aren't there. Studies show that a significant number of us have hallucinated at some point in our lives. Of course, problems are likely to arise when we use these inaccurate perceptions in our thinking. Two factors have a particularly important effect on how we see the world: our expectations and our desires. That is, our perceptions are greatly influenced by what we expect to see and what we want to see. Our faulty perceptions have led to a number of bizarre occurrences throughout human history. Clearly, our perception of reality can be unreliable, which should make us wary of beliefs that are based only on our personal experiences, especially if those beliefs are extraordinary.”
—  Thomas Kida., Don't Believe Everything You Think: The 6 Basic Mistakes We Make in Thinking.
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