I’m sure you’ve had to go to a restaurant or grocery store and see pictures of dishes that don’t quite meet your standards. In the same way, we can often feel like we’re missing out if we don’t try something new.
The problem comes when we have to make a quick decision of what to try next, but dont have time to try all the different dishes. We might be trying to impress someone over dinner, but we’re just short on time. This is where trite examples come in. In the example above, if we really want to impress a friend, we’ll grab the steak, a salad, and a drink.
It’s true that the average person probably wont take a dish like this seriously. However trite examples are much more common than we’d like to think. We are all guilty of making the same, same, same dishes over and over again. It’s a problem in itself. But trite examples can really help us and can help us see how others think. Because it can help us make a better choice.
Trite examples can be really helpful when we are trying to figure out how to take something apart. We can be looking at the same thing and see how it works, but then make a different choice and see how the two pieces fit together. In the case of a trite example, we can actually see how the pieces fit together and see how the whole thing works. We can see, for example, how a knife works and see how to use it and how it really works.
The second example is the one I mentioned in the intro. There are a lot of things that we just take for granted and that we don’t even think about. We really just take them for granted and don’t think about them. But when you learn something new about something you already knew, suddenly that knowledge suddenly becomes useful.
So when you learn something new about something you already knew, suddenly that knowledge suddenly becomes useful.
But there are other times when you just take it for granted, and just take it for granted because you don’t think about it. There are times where it doesn’t even occur to you to think about it.
That kind of learning is called “brief,” and it happens when we are so fully engaged in something that we forget to consider it. The result is that we take something simple for granted and then forget to consider it. So it’s important to recognize when learning something new is useful, and when you should just take it for granted.
This is one of those “trite examples” that people who have trouble with learning something new are usually in a hurry to get rid of. We’re told that we should avoid thinking about something until the day it goes away, but we don’t think about it. When we dont think about something we end up doing it, and we don’t think about it enough to stop, so we do it again and again.
It’s a little bit like that, but in our case the idea is very different. It’s the opposite. We don’t want to stop when we start, but we definitely want to stop when we don’t. We don’t just want to stop when it’s no longer fun. We want to continue to be fun, and we want to keep going.