Society & Culture
We talked about our personal experiences with 9/11, we compared and contrasted the United States then and now, talked about the value of diversity, how to successfully navigate the never-ending onslaught of information and events, and how to have real conversations.
We discussed the value of differences, the importance of sharing a common belief in an ideal, and embracing both.
We talked about the challenge of dealing with one seemingly existential crisis after another, the role perspective plays in our lives and how to get a healthy one and hold onto it.
We discussed the importance of having critical thinking skills and actually using them, having the courage to personally examine and think about the major issues of the day, question our existing beliefs about things, and how to enter into conversations with others with curiosity and a genuine desire to learn and grow.
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