History has shown the human mind to be riddled with contradictions: It wants change for the better—quicker, more convenient, less restrictive. Yet, when changes come, the human mind can be defiantly resistant; it can yearn for things to slow down, to not change the status quo, and especially to not change its way of thinking.
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