"The clear skies, the lure of the open road, it's perfect!" -- Tana
You've lived your life among people from all over. Maybe you lived in a bustling city, or maybe you traveled the world. You listened to their stories and saw their ways of living.
You've learned to approach situations by understanding many perspectives.
- Recall a story that inspires people to new ways of thinking
- Bring a fresh perspective to a situation
- Unite people by finding the common threads between them
Flip to get a hit.
"Do these wagon wheels fall off often?" -- Emory
It's possible to mistake your breadth of experience for depth, and fail to hear wiser voices. Similarly, you can make false assumptions about a culture based on experience with a few of its individuals. There's always more to learn. There's always a new perspective.
- Overestimate your own wisdom or experience
- Lose focus of people as individuals
- Treat one person as representative of a whole group
Flip when a prompt is narrated by anyone.