“The success of our actions as change-makers does not depend on What we do or How we do it, but on the Inner Place from which we operate.” Bill O’Brien (paraphrased)
I have always thought that it was important to have an open mind- and prided myself on having one.
According to Z. Hereford, at http://www.essentiallifeskills.net/openmind.html, people who are open minded are: “willing to change their views when presented with new facts and evidence.” They are “more accepting of others,” “have fewer prejudices,” “are more open to change,” and “have better problem solving skills.”
Based on this description, an open mind seems to be a desirable characteristic for a lifelong learner and a change agent.
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