Take a chair and sit in the center of a room. At best, you’ll see half the room. One-half of the room will remain out of sight. This imagery is applicable to the way we look at the world. We have a partial picture. We need to listen to others to complete our picture. It’s hard work, but in the end it is worth it.
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