Zoob’s Law

Zoob's Law

I encourage everyone to find truth. We will never grow if we close our minds to truth. It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Many people are not ready to receive truth. We are all at different stages of learning. When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.

This brings up an interesting fact. Some people might be looking for a solution to a health problem or another concern they are having. When they are introduced to a solution they don’t recognize it as such, and easily discount the new concept as crazy or absurd.

I like Zoob’s Law. It goes like this, “Generally the non-informed can be expected to oppose whatever he does not understand, hiding his own ignorance by a degree of aggressive descent roughly equal to his ignorance. The greater the ignorance, the greater the opposition.”

Sometimes we are quick to judge or form an opinion about things when we do not really know how they work. We condemn things before we know the facts or truth about a matter. Often we make quick assessments of things we know nothing about. Let’s change that by being more open minded.

10 thoughts on “Zoob’s Law

  1. Reblogged this on sherriemiranda1 and commented:
    I never heard of Zoob’s Law before, but I like it much better than Murphy’s law which says “Whatever can go wrong will go wrong.” I hate that one!
    I always am trying to grow & learn. And I heave learned to take responsibility when I make a mistake. What I hate though is that many people will never admit they made a mistake. They will even try to blame the more enlightened person because we are always looking at how we can improve ourselves.
    It’s all good! I keep growing and with growth comes more peace & happiness.
    Thank you, Len! Oh, and nice to meet you! 😉 ❤

    1. Sherrie, thanks for sharing your thoughts. What blows my mind is when other people try to convince you are wrong, and why you are wrong even when it is not a matter of being black or white. I like to see people embrace others where they are in life.

  2. When we open our minds we learn things we would never know existed. God gave each of us such a great gift. Why not use it? You may just be surprised what you will discover. Nice blog!

  3. I see the point that you are making in this post and am not arguing but I think that for some of the most important things we question in our lives we come to a point at which we must decide what truth we will believe and honestly I don’t think that facts really are the deciding factor when we make that decision.

    I have seen to many times that I have all of the facts that say something is one way but I just can’t help but to believe that it is the other way. Sometimes I find myself to be correct sometimes not.

    Then there is the matter of ultimate truth and I don’t believe that any human has the brain capacity to ever understand all of the things that make up the ultimate truth. Does that mean that we should stop reaching and searching for it? Absolutely not. It just means that we shouldn’t be quite so critical of how someone else finds their own truth or when they decide to say that it is truth for them unless they are trying to force it on you.

    Tony R

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