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Unformatted text preview: Tapan Patel The Traveling Mindset 02/08/12 Is there any reason or value in reversing the process of habituation? What good would come out of adapting the traveling mindset? Would one gain any knowledge of some sort through venturing places he or she may have never thought of visiting before? Actually, there are positives as well as negatives in adopting a traveling mindset. It is true that one may learn to see the majestic world through a different pair of eyes, but then again, how far drifted would that person become from his or her goals? While a traveling mindset will provide one with a new outlook on life, it also will prove itself inefficient. What does it mean to possess a habituated mindset? What does being habituated mean? Is it good to be habituated? A habituated mindset is the mentality of doing the same things every day. One would do the same things every day, every week, or so on. One would develop a schedule and follow it with complete dedication. A resident of New York City may possess a habituated mindset by going to work every day, eating, coming home, and doing the same for the rest of the week. This may seem normal for most New Yorkers. Now if a New Jersey resident from Piscataway travels to Manhattan, New York, and happens to bump into a New Yorker on the sidewalk, the New Yorker would keep walking along as if nothing happened while the New Jersey resident would feel insulted. The reason for this would be different mindsets in the two different people.this would be different mindsets in the two different people....
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course BASIC COMP 100 taught by Professor Staples during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '07