“Don’t Fall in Love with an Idea”

What This Really Means

“Don’t Fall in Love with an Idea”
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We’ve been trying to do the same things with greater intensity and rigidity this past year, and it’s still not working. It’s exactly what’s been happening politically. This year let’s follow a different path. Let’s do new things in a new way.

My friend echoed and cemented the thoughts that had already been swirling around in my mind.

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