It is my nature to nurture understanding and clarity, so I shall now use the nurturing capabilities of the internet to explain “nature vs. nurture.”
One of the oldest arguments in the history of psychology is the Nature vs Nurture debate. Each of these sides have good points that it’s really hard to decide whether a person’s development is predisposed in his DNA, or a majority of it is influenced by this life experiences and his environment.
- I saw the movie Zooptopia.
- I went to a large Passover seder where people talked about their passions, their pasts, and how nurturing elements in their lives have allowed them to overcome unhelpful aspects of their natures.
- My boyfriend Michael and I had a conversation where he said, “I seem to be genetically disposed to not make money” and I said “I seem to be genetically disposed to not become famous.”
It seems natural, at this point, to express my hope that this post is nurturing you to comment about any thoughts, feeling, or experiences you might have about nature vs. nurture.
Nurturing readers probably know it’s my nature to take photos intuitively and then share them in this daily blog.
If your nature is to ask questions about anything in this post, my nature is to nurture that natural curiosity.
Because my nature loves the natural beauty of spring, I shall nurture that love of nature by appreciating the beautiful weather outside today.
Natural and nurturing thanks to all who helped me create this post and — naturally! — special thanks to you for visiting, here and now.