Two people listening to the same documentary could end up learning different things.
Why this is happening? Why do they get something different from the same source?
We learn what we can learn. This means, that we learn what we are ready to learn.
We can’t learn something that we’re not ready to take in.
That’s also the reason why two-person living the same tragedy will remember different things from the experience. It’s the same event but presented from the perspective of two different people.
“Reality simply consists of different points of view.”
– Margaret Atwood
Respect the opinion of others. They don’t have your point of view and you don’t have theirs.
“Einstein, in the special theory of relativity, proved that different observers, in different states of motion, see different realities.”
– Leonard Susskind
The same person reading the same book a second time. That person will learn new things.
Find the books that inspire you and read them once a year.