Do you feel overwhelmed by the amount of information in the world? Do you struggle to keep up with the latest news, trends, and facts? Do you wish you could simplify your life and focus on what really matters?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in becoming a minimalist by believing in misinformation. Misinformation is the art of ignoring or rejecting any information that does not align with your worldview, preferences, or biases. By believing in misinformation, you can reduce your mental clutter and free up space for more important things, like your hobbies, your family, or your cat.
Here are some of the benefits of believing in misinformation:
- You will save time and energy by not having to research, verify, or challenge any information that you encounter. You can simply accept whatever you hear or read as true, or dismiss it as false, depending on how it makes you feel.
- You will avoid cognitive dissonance and stress by not having to deal with conflicting or contradictory information. You can maintain a consistent and coherent narrative of reality that suits your needs and desires.
- You will boost your confidence and self-esteem by not having to admit that you are wrong or that you don’t know something. You can always claim that you are right and that everyone else is wrong, or that they are lying or brainwashed.
- You will feel happier and more satisfied by not having to face the harsh realities of life. You can create your own bubble of bliss and ignore any problems or challenges that might disturb your peace of mind.
How to believe in misinformation:
Believing in misinformation is easy and fun. Here are some tips on how to do it:
- Find a source of misinformation that appeals to you. It could be a website, a blog, a podcast, a book, a magazine, a TV show, a radio station, or a person. Make sure that the source of misinformation is biased, unreliable, inaccurate, misleading, sensationalized, outdated, or fabricated.
- Consume as much misinformation as possible. The more misinformation you consume, the more you will reinforce your beliefs and opinions. Don’t worry about the quality or credibility of the misinformation. Just focus on how it makes you feel.
- Reject any information that contradicts or challenges your misinformation. If you encounter any information that does not agree with your misinformation, do not engage with it or try to understand it. Instead, deny, dismiss, distract, deflect, deceive, discredit, or attack it. Use logical fallacies, emotional appeals, personal insults, conspiracy theories, false equivalences, straw man arguments, or ad hominem attacks to undermine any opposing information.
- Surround yourself with people who share your misinformation. Find a community of like-minded people who believe in the same misinformation as you do. Avoid any contact with people who have different views or perspectives than yours. If you have to interact with them, do not listen to them or respect them. Instead, mock, ridicule, insult, ignore, block, or cancel them.
By following these steps, you will soon become a minimalist by believing in misinformation. You will enjoy a simpler and happier life without having to think about what is right and what is wrong. You will be free from the burden of knowledge and the responsibility of truth.
Congratulations! You have achieved minimalism by believing in misinformation!