What you see isn’t always all there is.
The perfect physical manifestation of this concept is an iceberg.
Only the tip sticks out above water, through the majority of the ice—and the bulk responsible for its buoyancy—remains unseen. Consider this concept when new faces enter your life.
The advantage of actively pursuing the role of a lifelong student is SPACE.
Rather, the patience to fully grasp a situation or a personality—avoiding snap judgments and poorly founded ideas—will serve you well.
What examples do you have from your own life?