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Gabby Makatura

Your post and question make me think about a comedian I recently listened to (cannot recall his name) that spoke about the difference between the child and adult version of himself. He said that when he was young he though he was smart because he knew everything. Now, he knows he is smart because he knows what he does not know... it was much funnier the way he described it.

Anyway, I do not think there is one single thing that can bring us into awareness about everything around us, and the false mental models we are making of it. I think including this type of teaching into younger curriculum is beneficial, but ultimately I think we must just be observant and function on a "when you know better, do better" type of system.

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