Student: What’s it mean to be gullible
Teacher: It means you are lazy-minded; you are willing to believe anything tossed at you.
Student: How do I overcome my tendency to be gullible?
Teacher: Don’t be easily intimidated. Dare to ask a lot of questions. Dare to stand on your own two feet.
Student: How’d I fall into this gullibility trap?
Teacher: You became too comfy with allowing others to think for you. Step out of your comfort zone. Dare to be your own independent investigator of the truth. Stand up for yourself – question everything.
Student: My lazy mind needs constant encouragement. Thank you for helping me to see that.
Teacher: Now You’re thinking! Don’t leave a legacy of laziness. Thinking without inquiry is like a bird without wings.