When my kids were young I took one of my well worn t-shirts to an embroiderer and had “practice skepticism” embroidered on it. This was back in the days when I had no time or interest to shop for clothes, so that t-shirt got lots and lots of wear. I still have it and can’t throw it out because I feel so aligned with that guidepost.
Let’s be clear though, it’s not that I don’t believe anything or anyone, in fact trust is something that comes easily and naturally for me. So, skepticism is not a religion for me, just a guidepost. Read more