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Starting at any point on a lined sheet of paper there is an infinite amount of ways that the letter O can be written The letter O can be written starting either clockwise or counterclockwise Given that the letter O is a circle it measures to 360 degrees all around Imagining that there is a coordinate plane on a line on a sheet of lined starting at the 90 degree mark or 270 degree mark on the plane going either clockwise or counter clockwise the letter O will still be formed When the letter is formed by going clockwise retracing back counter clockwise without picking up the pencil the letter O is still formed without an issue The ending point of the pencil when writing O can also be the starting point by repeating the steps the opposite wayBeing open-minded minded is an essential characteristic to have to become a successful individual Someone who is opening minded takes other individuals viewpoints and opinions into consideration An open minded person is capable of viewing the bigger picture rather than someone who is narrow-minded A narrow minded person believes in one way and it is very impossible to change their mind Arguing would be difficult with a narrow minded person because they would have a preconceived notion that their way of thinking is the only way of thinking An open minded person sees the world in a more complex way than a narrow minded person There isnt a limit to the way the world can be seen because their viewpoints are always changingThe way the hands on a clock tick tock in an O formation is a never ending process Never have I ever seen a clock stop ticking When the hour hand completes one clockwise circle and has reached back to the number 12 marking the end of a particular hour the next tick will mark the beginning of an hour When the clock
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