What’s the difference between:1) thinking something is true; 2) believing something is true and 3) knowing something is true?
Thinking is something you do with your intellect.
Believing is something you do with your heart.
Knowing is when your mind and your heart are in complete correspondence.
That’s when things get dangerous.
Witness the preacher who lost 35 relatives in Jonestown and told me: “You can believe 100 percent with your heart but not with your head.”
Witness the lion tamer I read about in the National Enquirer who was mauled by his lion. It turns out he’d learned lion-taming through a correspondence course.
BIG IDEA: Just because something corresponds to reality, doesn’t mean it is reality.