A scene in Terry Gilliam’s 2005 film, The Brothers Grimm, depicts a general in Napoleon’s armies who gets his battalion to surround a “supposedly” enchanted forest and begin to burn it, while the local German populace looks on, horrified. 594 more words
Living without constantly doubting ourselves, yet on the other hand not thinking we know more than others, is a healthy attitude. Training our minds to have more concern for the welfare of others leads to more self-confidence free of guilt. This becomes a “win-win” situation.