Worse, it also cuts us off from learning from the experience of others. It gives us an excuse — it encourages us — to comfirm our prior assumptions and to distinguish what works for others, even many others or those with years of knowledge learned the hard way, with what we expect will work for each of us.

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Leslie Loftis

Leslie Loftis

Teacher of life admin and curator of commentary. Occasional writer.

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