There Are No Walled Cities

There is a tendency mentally to label and pigeonhole places as well as people. We say that each area has its own individual mental environment and atmosphere. Then, because we ourselves have attached these labels, we see the results we have anticipated.

One locale appears ready and eager for expansive thinking; it seems adventurous, receptive to new ideas. We consider another area less inclined to accept new ideas or change, even resistant to progress.

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A Thorough Understanding
May 11, 1968
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