Critical Thinking is not Criticizing

Critical thinking… what do I have to learn to be a critique now??

And I was hoping to have sessions full of heavy gyaan, a lot of reading, and reflecting.  But to my surprise, the engagements and provocations were such that, I was actually looking forward to more. I found the sessions interesting while learning about the importance of critical thinking in life. Through analyzing various situations, listening to multiple perspectives, questioning all the possible outcomes to solve a problem was an enriching process. I learned the wonderful tool with a five-step process that increases the number of positive choices we make. It helps us to look through a sea of information and find what we’re looking for. It has the power to make the world a more reasonable place. Another interesting learning was about different types of biases and the best part was when I was identifying my own biases. I am hoping to see myself applying my learning from these sessions and I am happy that I learning to become a critique of my own thinking.

Looking forward to more such sessions!!! Can’t wait to Murder My Darling 😉

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