Originally Posted by drowkcableps
What about the man that suffers for his learnt/false God.
This is an example of a person who is learning less
rather than more. A person who is learning more also learns about the many other religions as well. However, I prefer to see this problem not as a matter of - 'what knowledge you should learn' - but rather of 'what sensory input you should look for'.
If you increase your sensory input of quality information - such as reading books, scientific and technical papers etc., and reduce the sensory input of non-quality information such as celebrity magazines, TV and other more trivial forms of knowledge, you will automatically begin to produce more quality thoughts, and your adaptability will increase accordingly.
Now, when I say 'sensory input', I don't only mean the input that comes from the single sense of eyesight (reading) but also the inputs you hear (e.g., from the peer group/friends you keep, the movies or shows you watch) and so on.
Think of the brain as a kind of computer input-output system. The more quality input it receives, the more quality output it produces.