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When it comes to assets, what most people consider valuable are the tangible ones, especially when it is pecuniary in nature. The intangible assets that don’t produce instant physical results are disrespected, disregarded or considered not to be called assets by the generality of people. Why I don’t blame such ignorant reasoning is because I was once like that. As a hardcore science person, I once wondered why universities offered some so called humanity courses; I simply felt it was a waste of useful resources. In my rigid thinking, I assumed what isn’t seen shouldn’t be given much attention, until I began to notice how the unseen affects the seen. The causes of certain mental health challenges are unseen but the roles psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, and many more play to bring sanity to those who need it is immense. If they weren’t there, our world would be chaotic. Climbing a…