- n. A mind willing to consider new ideas.
“It seems prudent that we keep an open mind to the possibility that for the same reason we cannot see higher-frequency cosmic rays with our unaided eyes, we cannot see higher-frequency angels/beings of Light, at least under normal circumstances.”
“Being a die-hard agnostic, I strive to keep an open mind about such possibilities, despite my upbringing, acquired tastes and distastes, and prevailing scientific beliefs.”
“Fritsch had devoted much time to studying the operation of a panzer division and had an open mind where tank development was concerned.”
“On the committee I was wise enough to appoint Smedes York as chair of the committee, representing the City Council, knowing that he had an open mind about this and yet was extremely knowledgeable about the developers.”
“While it is not impossible that they were one and the same, it is best to keep an open mind on the issue, as we delve further into the biblical account of the characters and roles of the Magdalene and Mary of Bethany.”
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