The word “paradigm” has become familiar to most of us. It refers to the conceptual framework, belief system, and overall perspective through which we see and interpret the world – our ‘lens’, so to speak. Our paradigm determines what we are able to see, how we think, how we respond and behave. Mostly, we don’t question the accuracy of our paradigm because we’re usually unaware of its existence. Trying to reflect on it is like trying to study the color pink while wearing pink-colored glasses. We cannot distance ourselves enough from it to see how much it affects our perception. We simply assume that the way we see things is the way they really are. Continue reading
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