Originally Answered: Your concept of thinking has changed since you was very young. question is?
Some of us do change what we believe as we live our lives, have experiences, and reflect upon those experiences, etc., and some people do indeed change how they think. I am certainly better at using critical thinking skills now than I was when I was 10 or 20 or even 30. I have changed my mind many times about what I believed about the nature of the universe and of deities. I am open to changing my mind again, but, this time, I would need some kind of evidence before I could believe in a deity or in the supernatural.
Sixteen Thousand Two Hundred and Ninety Six
I am still toddling at being human,
after all, I have not yet lived even twenty thousand days.
I am new at this. Who isn’t?
Each day is a brand new world
with much to learn and unlearn.
Look at that toddling 45 year old’s
blunder, his egocentric innocence.
Isn’t he beautiful? All toddlers are.
Ask any mother at just the right moment.
we try so hard to walk hands free,
straight up, without falling.
We are still learning.
We always will be.
~Ex-fundie-xian; former new ager; agnostic atheist