You'll dig this episode if you have empathy for how humans opt into illusions.
"When you're born into the world, there's no expectations, you have a blank slate. And it's through this process of acculturation and socialization that we learn which parts of ourselves we're supposed to hide. And it's bizarre to me that humans don't opt out of that." - Samantha Kanofsky
Samantha Kanofsky sits down to talk human to me about how humans knowingly adhere to expectations, while desiring difference, our balance between illusions of what matters and authenticity, her relationship with nature, knowledge, and religion, how women are particularly affected by expectations that don't necessarily exist, and learning to see things through clear eyes, rather than projections.