The Cognitive Costs of Vice

In a former post I highlighted the priority of beliefs over behavior saying “it is the content in our minds that drives the change of our hearts.” While I believe this is true, Jim Spiegel has a different twist with his entry “Belief, Doubt, and Behavior (Part Two)”. He writes:

“Immoral indulgences disrupt cognition so that it cannot function properly, thus clouding judgment and skewing perceptions.”

I commend Jim’s piece to you as it deserves a careful and reflective read.

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