Our misplaced self-confidence is our central problem

Why we do anything that we do, look at any person and any activity that the person is doing. In his own eyes, the person is quite smart, quite wise. In his own frame of reference, he’s doing the best thing that he can do. Does anybody ever, on his own accord choose a sub-optimal option? Any life decision that you have to take big or small, if you have five options, which one do you go for? The one…

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