a stab at metaphor #2

“Every now and then a man’s mind is stretched by a new idea or sensation, and never shrinks back to its former dimensions.” –Oliver Wendell Homes Sr

A stereotype is an image perpetuated without change. Immersion into a sea of faces unlike your own necessitates a perspective shift – a strain to understand the new ‘normal.’ Incongruencies in what is observed and experienced begin to resolve into a situation that requires a changed point of view to comprehend. Concepts like community and hospitality take shape into an unexpected living form that effects change in yourself and your sphere of influence.

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