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When do you conform?

February, 2012
's big question:

What does it mean to conform? Often we think of conforming as denying some part of ourselves, giving up our self-expression. Conforming can mean failing to listen to our inner moral voice, as in when we don't speak up in the face of a wrong. But conforming can also be a good thing, as in following the law or keeping our promises.

What does conforming mean to you? When do you conform, and in what ways? When are you proud to conform, and when do you regret it? Check out our conversation guide for this conversation and share your reflections below!

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