EPISODE 3 - BEING JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF OPEN-MINDED
In episode 3, Teresa Morris and Will Wright begin by discussing a quote from G.K. Chesterton: “The object of an open mind is that of an open mouth, to shut it again on something solid.” How can we be open-minded while holding to our convictions? How can we have a fruitful conversation with someone with whom we vehemently disagree about an important matter? Was Abraham Lincoln a good president? Okay… Honest Abe comes up, but it’s tangential… Listen to Episode 3 today!
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