Developing Perspective post 16 describes how the windows of your mind define your reality and thus your behavior. The human mind has the advantage of looking at a wide expanse of windows. Books, still images, Internet, movies and television programs offer a limitless opportunity for virtual travel. You are busy, so afford yourself the luxury of committing to one hour a week for visiting subjects unknown to you. The diversity of window frames is the tools you use to open the mind’s horizons. Make a checklist of places you would like to visit and cultures that spark your imagination. Each week, mark your progress, on that checklist. In a month, you will find that you spent four hours as an explorer. Then re-look out your mind’s window with a Discover’s scope. See anything different on the horizon?
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