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It is important to know that the way we engage with the world is part of a much larger conversation about ourselves, our values, our relationships, our experiences, and our beliefs. It is important to be aware of that, and to ask ourselves questions about our beliefs and questions about the relationship between our beliefs and our actions. This doesn’t mean we should be afraid of our own ignorance, but it is important to learn from our mistakes and acknowledge our mistakes.
The other way around is to ask ourselves, “What did being a computer programmer do when I was 10? What was an astronaut doing when I was 8? What was a nuclear reactor doing when I was 9? This is the kind of thinking our brains do.