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Old 06-23-2012, 04:28 PM   #11
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For a while I was building up cultural stereotypes.
not necessarily a bad thing. I still read books on hinduism, buddhism, taoism etc + have loads of "world music" CDs.

these days I try to think in human universals, but am fascinated by differences, kind of a paradox.

(Maybe I'm trying to make up for not having perfect pitch?)

I'm getting sick of religious B.S. these days (as is my right I suppose)
and am returning to secular humanism.

I still have an "inner critic" that makes embarrassing superficial judgements of people, I think most people have to some degree.

Obviously what we see in others is often a reflection of ourselves, know yourself and know other people.
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