Shari would like to thank Dan Fisher for his contribution to this month's column.

When infants are born, they have very little control or understanding of the world around them. One of their first challenges is recognizing and sorting data received through their sensory organs. As infants grow, they begin to ask questions, process information, analyze answers and hypothesize situations to understand the world around them and take action accordingly. This is insight. We begin developing insight before we are even consciously aware of it!

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