Humans come in many forms, and some of the diversity in our bodies and brains is not immediately evident to the casual observer. When we encounter neurodiversity – when our bodies and brains work in different ways – we may create divisions by failing to recognize our common humanity across neurological difference. How may we cultivate a wider awareness of the many forms human intelligence can take, to deepen our acceptance as we practice compassion for each other in all our different ways of being?
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