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Nowadays we have access to a lot of information. Information changes quickly, news are in many countries easily accessible. Digital media contributes on its way to a different exchange and communication between people and countries. Travelling is for certain people quite easy and studying at universities a requirement, formations might not be as recognized as years ago. So learning changes, but what about unlearning habits and the way we think? Have you ever thought about the fact that the narratives and assumptions that guide your decisions might be told differently by others? As they learned differently about it, or have a different point of view. In this episode, we talk about what it means to unlearn. As a teaser for you: Have you ever put the plates and cups or anything else in your kitchen at a different place than you are used to? How often have you opened the cupboard where you have put the plates before? Or you might even have thrown plates and cups away, given them away to someone else or given them a different use, such as using only bowls and no plates anymore? How easy do you think, is this unlearning and adjusting processes? How might this look like when we have to unlearn how to treat others or how we have thought about others? Might this take even more time and be more harmful or a positive learning process?