I don’t mean to get all hippy about this topic, but it’s actually a very important one. What do you think the average person thinks of when you ask them what their culture is? They might answer something like, “I believe in my culture.” But what does that mean? Or, “My culture is a set of beliefs and practices that I follow.
I have no idea, but I see a group of “Hippies” that live in a certain area. They are people who have some idea of what it’s like. They are usually very quiet and generally don’t make any noise.
So what does culture mean to you? We are all a bit different. The majority, for example, seem to think of culture as some sort of unwritten code they follow. Some people might even say that its like what everyone else thinks of. Others might say its more like their innermost thoughts, a feeling inside of them, or a way of thinking. When its said or implied, we all probably think it refers to our cultural beliefs and practices.
So culture is pretty loosely defined and people might disagree on the exact meaning of the word, but we all think it means “the way you behave”. Culture is a bit like how you behave if you go to a new place. You might do everything right there but you might not. You are just like every other person going there.
Culture is a bit like your innermost thoughts. You might have different cultural beliefs and practices from a new place but those beliefs and practices may be similar to what is happening now. You could also think of culture as the way you act or think when you first arrive. You might take a certain way of thinking or act immediately, but once you have gotten to know the culture more, you might adopt some of their practices.
And if you don’t take the time to study the culture before you arrive, you might not get the chance to get to know it here.
When I say culture, I mean the way you think or behave. Your actions, your clothes, your accent, and your attitude toward the environment. This is similar to how I describe what I call “cultural awareness.” Both are the same thing, but I really like the “cultural awareness” version better for my own self-esteem.
It’s funny watching movies where the lead character is always the bad guy, and I think that this movie is pretty much the same way. You have to understand the culture before you get to see it through. This isn’t a bad thing either. It’s just how I like to think of it. You know that you’re not going to like someone. You know it. But if you do, then you just never know how much you’ll like them.
It doesn’t take much for the Culture amp to really understand what you like about them. It doesn’t take much for the Culture amp to really understand the culture, and that’s kinda how I like it. If you look at the trailer for The Last of Us, they show you the trailer for the game. I think the trailer is really the best way to get over that feeling.
It’s a good example of how the Culture amp is a little more than just being a cool person. It’s also a useful tool. They make you think about who you were before you met them. It also makes you think about the culture of the people they’re from. That makes you feel less like you’re in a time loop, and more like youre in the right place at the right time.