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August 12, 2021

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Sam

Reminds me of the lesson from fifth grade poem about blind men and the elephant. They touched different parts of the elephant and assumed that the whole animal looked different. They could spend arguing and yelling about who is right. Bottomline, they were all wrong. Someone had to look at the whole thing to realize it was an elephant.

SMVM Friend

True , I also heard that elliphant story

Thomas

Stop trying to "learn" from social media. It is disconnected from reality, by design.

MC- Singapore

Fully agreed. Another example is climate change. We are mostly not aware of the consequences of our actions on the climate.

David Maloney

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