The world around us is multidimensional, so endlessly complex that our brains can only grasp a fraction of it. How each of us makes sense of our slice of reality depends on the different ways our brains are wired–how they process information. Scientific studies of how the brain works have raised as many questions as they have answered.The question of ‘what is normal’has become as much a philosophical question as a scientific one!Do brains that are wired differently have a disorder that needs treatment, or do different ways of thinking just need better understanding and acceptance?The more we learn about neurological conditions such as Autism, Dyslexia and ADHD, to name just a few, the more the notion of a neurotypical brain feels inadequate. In the right circumstances, people with neurodivergent brains have been responsible for many breakthroughs in society–and will be in the future if we nurture and value them. Let’s embrace and support neurodiversity. We’d be crazy not to.