This was a conversation I was observing between two people:
Person 1: Why would you want to major in physics? I think you only want to major in physics because your friend Chris gave you the idea.
Person 2: He gave me the idea to major in physics, because I told him that I was interested in it and this was after I started reading about it.
Person 1: Yes, but by listening to him, you're not listening to what you really want.
Person 2: You think that this is not what I really want because it was someone else's suggestion? Had he suggested a major that I wouldn't be interested in, I would never have seriously considered it.
Person 1: Yes, but you're still not listening to what you really want.
Person 2: How is being open to other people's suggestions not listening to what you really want?
Person 1: Do you think studying physics makes you like Einstein?
Person 2: I find Einstein interesting, and I find physics interesting. What's wrong with following in the footsteps of someone whose ideas you find interesting or majoring in something you find interesting?
Person 1: It's wrong, because you're not listening to yourself.
Person 2: I am listening to myself. It just so happens that being myself involves finding a place for myself through others' ideas.
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