Our sense of what is real – what information we gather through our senses – dictates what we can achieve and aspire to. We are limited by our nurture and nature. Although our imagination is born of them, that’s also where imagination ends – within that limit. Others help us reach beyond this limit by colliding our experience with theirs, if we are curious enough to embrace another.

When we refer to our sense of what is real we reflect on the implications of the data we receive through our senses, such as sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. This perception of reality is shaped by both our nature (our genetic makeup) and our nurture (our environment and experiences). Our understanding of what is possible and achievable is limited by these factors. However, our imagination is also born out of these limits, as we use our experiences to form new ideas and concepts. To go beyond these limits, we need to engage with others who have different experiences and perspectives to expand our understanding of what is possible.

Colliding our experiences with others can broaden our perspective and help us achieve more than what we thought possible. By embracing new experiences and ideas, we can challenge our preconceptions and expand our understanding of what is achievable. This process can be aided by curiosity, which helps us to be open-minded and receptive to new ideas. By collaborating with others, we can achieve things that we would not have been able to do alone. Ultimately, the limitations of our sense of reality can be overcome through collaboration and an open mind.

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