It seems that often, a certainty about a particular truth can lead to a lack of humility about that belief.  While it’s true that certainty doesn’t always equal arrogance, it’s equally true that humility doesn’t equate to a lack of belief or certainty.

So, when people express humility about their beliefs, or a willingness to admit that they might not be entirely correct, are they saying that it doesn’t matter what they believe?  Or might there be other ways of looking at the issue?

Ray and Steve discuss this topic while exploring a variety of rabbit trails in their usual style! 😉