Tag Archives: open-mindedness

Indulging The Narrow Mind

It’s very easy to slip into a mindset that considers only what pleases us or offends us. Once we cross into such a way of thinking, indulging our subjective, highly personal, narrow point of view can happen. Observing situations and … Continue reading

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Opened Mind

“People are very open-minded about new things–as long as they’re exactly like the old ones.”engineer/inventor–Charles Kettering Part of the problem of living in Nebraska is that when you chat one to one with many of us, we seem to be … Continue reading

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Limitless Thinking

One of the attributes about my millennial friend Jonathan is his open-mindedness. Much of his quality might be due to his age being much closer to the teens than mine is. The nature of teens and some 20-somethings is they … Continue reading

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Pettiness

One of the most insidious symptoms of a petty mind is bullying. In childhood, we have the classic case of bigger kids or more popular children bullying their peers because of some type of difference. In adulthood, the petty, bullying … Continue reading

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