There are three types of persons:
- Those who trust in everything. Who are used to living imitating others. Who have lack of personality and are afraid of being different. They like going with the mainstream. They believe everything they see. They believe everything they hear. They believe everything they read.
- Those who doubt everything. Who don’t trust anyone. They live against the tide and have complex personalities. They don’t believe anything they see. They don’t believe anything they hear. They don’t believe anything they read.
- Those who after knowing decide in what to believe. They decide in who to trust. They decide how to be. They build their own personality and become unique. They are constantly thinking about how to make their own contribution to the world. They believe that all that matters is not just to trust or distrust but to contribute. They learn to be critical and thoughtful. They learn to be coherent. They learn to be themselves.
These three types of persons lead correspondlingly to three different types of readers:
-Trustful readers: the type of readers who don't question anything they read. This readers just believe.
-Wary readers: These are special readers whose complex personalities makes them not be confident about anything and therefore they even doubt everything they read.
-Critical readers: who decide what to trust or distrust when reading and who are concerned about making their own contribution.