There are two types of thinking. Neither is wrong. Yet, each exerts different forces onto the world. Each responds differently to change. First, we have institutional thinking. Institutional thinking begins with taking a map from the shelf of maps that the world gives you. Maybe your map is “becoming a scientist” or the map is “becoming an architect”. Kids are nudged into this way of thinking when they are asked when they are young: what would you like to be? That question is actually translated as: the world has these maps available for you, and no other maps. Which map would you like to pick and follow from now on?
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