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Open minded and Selective

Open minded and Selective

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Keep an Open Mind, But Set Boundaries

Keep an Open Mind, But Set Boundaries

It's important to be open-minded and seek out new experiences and knowledge. But don't forget to have boundaries and filters, and know when to be selective.

  • Boundaries: Know your limits and don't be afraid to say NO.
  • Filters: Use critical thinking to evaluate information and determine what's reliable.
  • Selectivity: Be mindful of the people and experiences you surround yourself with.


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It's good to be open-minded, but we don't have to be open to everything.

It's good to be curious, but we don't have to be curious about everything.

It's good to have knowledge, but we don't have to know everything.

It's good to try, but we don't have to try everything.

It's good to understand, but we don't have to understand everything.



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It's good to learn, be curious, try, explore, and discover new things, but we also don't have to learn, be curious, try, explore, or discover to know everything about ourselves and the world.



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Being open-minded is not always easy, but it can lead to greater understanding and positive change. ✨

Open-mindedness can bring many benefits, but it must be guided by selectivity and a strong moral compass.

Be open-minded to good things that can help us grow and improve, but be selective and critical when it comes to accepting new ideas.



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