Learning and thinking work in concert - Deepstash

Learning and thinking work in concert

We all start as captives of the beliefs that are in our surroundings.

However, if you want to have independent thoughts, you have to learn more from both those with whom you agree and disagree.

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Spending a large amount of time with someone literally causes you to pick up their habits. Choose your friends wisely.

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