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Morgan Housel pointed out that people often believe what they want to believe:
- The more something helps us reduce uncertainty, the less likely we are to question its truthfulness.
- Often, believing in something is not about pursuing the truth, but only confirming our own judgments.
- Many memories are filtered by us. We only remember what we want to remember and discard what we don't want to remember.
- As a result, even if we make a mistake, we are often unwilling to admit it.
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Morgan Housel 指出，人们很多时候只相信自己愿意相信的：
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