o·pen-mind·ed

adjective

1. having or showing a mind receptive to new ideas or arguments.

2. unprejudiced; unbigoted; impartial.

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Keeping an open mind can be tough but in my opinion it’s something that’s important to learn and is imperative for us to get anywhere in life. Society can’t advance without knowledge and knowledge can’t be had without allowing an environment to perceive it.

When you forget to keep an open mind, one tends to fall to one side of circumstances in a world where there is always at least two sides to everything. It’s like standing on opposite sides of a bridge where you can only observe the other side from your point of view. Only by crossing it can you really see things from the other perspective. Yet if you stand in the middle, only then are you able to see everything.

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