Rahab’s Connundrum

Have you ever entered an elevator and, instead of facing the door, faced everyone inside? Have you ever chosen to purposefully eat with the wrong utensil in a crowd? Have you ever walked up to a complete stranger in public and ask a deeply personal question, perhaps about religion, politics, or money?

These harmless social experiments cause a person to notice what behavior is expected in public. Read more at Hope Network...

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