Shizen culture had a very interesting insight into the elements that made up people. They talked about the three heritages: genetic heritage, which they obviously did not attribute to the genes, because such discovery had not taken place, but to the ancestors; cultural heritage, that is, those conditions that were directly related to the environment in which you were born and raised; and finally the informational or formative heritage, which refers to learning and ultimately to the profession or activity to which you are devoted. For them, most of the people traveled in their lives in helical paths with their highs and lows, their expansive and contractive periods, in exchanges
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