What are people's journeys to caring much more about others?
What are people's journeys to caring much more about what is really true even if that is inconvenient?
An example of an inconvenience to changing your mind (the classic example): changing your beliefs about the world can often mean having a gap between what you say you value, what your life has looked like up until now and what the world is truly like (which human beings don't like and makes us want to change either our claimed values, our actions or our beliefs about the world).
I was curious about what people's intuitions are (maybe from their own experience of how they changed over time or from observing others).
EDIT: I posted this question ages ago then decided to take it down and edit it for clarity and then it's just sat in my drafts for a weirdly long time so my apologies to the people who replied whose replies disappeared for a while while this was unpublished.
I've since put more of my thoughts on how this question relates to community-building in this post and my replies (the top-level reply outlines the various threads because I had way too many thoughts for just one coherent comment) to this lovely comment on it