Open-mindedness versus Gullibility

Chuck Gallozzi

Chuck Gallozzi lived, studied, and worked in Japan for 15 years, immersing himself in the wisdom of the Far East and graduating with B.A. and M.A. degrees in Asian Studies. He is a Certified NLP Practitioner, speaker, seminar leader, and coach. Corporations, church groups, teachers, counsellors, and caregivers use his more than 400 articles as a resource to help others. Among his diverse accomplishments, he is also the Grand Prix Winner of a Ricoh International Photo Competition, the Canadian National Champion of a Toastmasters International Humorous Speech Contest, and the Founder and Head of the Positive Thinkers Group that has been meeting at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto since 1999. His articles are published in books, newsletters, magazines, and newspapers. He was interviewed on CBC’s “Steven and Chris Show,” appearing nationally on Canadian TV. Chuck can be contacted at chuck.gallozzi@rogers.com. View his photography at https://500px.com/chuckgallozzi

2 Responses

  1. Christine says:

    Chuck thanks so much for your article. I was in search of answers about how to handle a controlling mate and in fairness begin to look-up my behavior (gullible), and stumbled on the readers response to your article. I am so enlightened. I wear my heart on my sleeve a lot. Your article gave me a new undertanding on why its a vicious cycle. If my heart is on my sleeve then my brain is dormant. Because I always go heart first. But your article put in to view for me the hibernation of all who, for what ever reason, refuse or reject seeking truth. Most times in relationships of any kind I give people the benefit of a doubt. When mother always said “call a spade a spade”.I sometimes failed to except the truth when its right in my face. Because I’ve done that most of my life, I can’t always recognize what it is and the exact emotion I’m feeling. Truth elodes me sometimes because I’ve sometimes ignored it, until it caved in like a roof of a tent full of water. Thanks so much the good reads you’ve recommended. I’ll start my truth journey with my bible and those three books.

  2. Illawarrior says:

    To the contrary. From where I stand, religious faith appears to be the reason for most of the gullibility. Too many blindly believe what they are told by religious believers, rather than think for themselves.

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