How Labels Shortchange Us.

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While labels do serve several purposes (convenience, easy explanation when needed, basic identification), more often than not, they instead tend towards shortchanging us of the beautiful complexity of all that is human experience and life.

Labels offer only minute levels of understanding of much bigger and infinitely more complex pictures.

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Brooke Meredith

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Ravenous reader. Social scientist. Foodie. Novelist. Adventurer. Romantic and idealist. www.sweetrawfree.com www.travelsandtrdelnik.com www.brunchesandbooks.com

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