Faith without knowledge is like a ship without a compass, easily lost in the vast sea of uncertainty.
One explanation for this phenomenon is the "distance bias." This is the tendency to give more weight and importance to information that is farther away from us in time, space, or relevance. When we give advice to others, we often consider the situation objectively and without emotional attachment, allowing us to provide logical and rational solutions.
Amidst the chaos of busy lives, the most precious things we often miss are the meaningful connections we have with others.