"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are so certain of themselves and wiser people so full of doubts." (Bertrand Russell) Two amazing stories of transformation by God Journey listeners opens up a discussion about how we respond to God's moving in our lives instead of trying to get him to do what we think is best. Then Wayne reads part of an article from Mark Mason about the eight reasons psychologists say we can't trust ourselves or our perspectives. It seems our brain bends our perception of reality to fit our very limited view of the world. While offering some hilarious observations, it also shows why our true freedom is not the freedom to do whatever we want, but to learn to live by the Spirit so that we are not bound by our limited perspectives. Then we get to embrace a wider view of who he is and a gracious humility about our own conclusions. Podcast Notes: Why You Can't Trust Yourself by Mark Manson Wayne's Travel Schedule You can find our latest update on our work in Kenya here. Add your voice to our question/comment line via Skype at "TheGodJourney"