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open your mind (to something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishopen your mind (to something)open your mind (to something)THINK ABOUTto be ready to consider or accept new ideas open
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open your mind (to something)We are duty-bound to search, question, open our minds.Television is a powerful force to bring people together to entertain, to educate, to open our minds and hearts.The overall influence of Seattle opened his mind on a few things.If you open your mind, then you see it really does have feeling.We must break down the barriers of conditioning and open our minds to far higher goals.Very soon the research opened my mind to more subtle ideas.He opened his mind to the sounds of the city.As the days go by open your mind to what is going on around you - what are other people's goals?
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