In today's scenario, we cannot be ignorant of cultures. Everybody belongs to some culture. Some cultures evolved with time based on race, region etc. So, everybody knows what culture is.
What is knowledge-friendly culture anyway? Why do I recommend to be a part of the knowledge-friendly culture and evolve with it?
Knowledge lies in our head. It is not visible to anyone else until and unless we intend to do so or implement the knowledge. But, when two individuals meet with the same knowledge domain predominant in their head, chemistry of knowledge starts working. Bonding starts taking place in them. Culture... in most primitive state starts taking shape. Even today, we can have such primitive cultures that belong to just two individuals. The moment two individuals join and experience their knowledge domain together they share, they evolve. This is the meaning of knowledge-friendly culture. This is the beginning of knowledge-friendly culture.
As the number increases from one to two or more individuals it has the possibility to become a phenomenon. As the number increases, culture evolves. All the dividing factors seize to exist when people share knowledge. Knowledge welcomes knowledge.
When different knowledge domains combine, culture grows even faster. When the opposite thoughts of schools combine and realize the same essence in their beliefs, miracle happens. Generally, we don't realize that though. But, that is very much there in the unconscious portion of our mind. Actually, that is what has kept the human race alive. Otherwise, we would have all killed one another on the basis of our racial or regional cultures only. We would have gone out of existence long before.
Message of all this is we should bring the power of knowledge to the front and consciously be aware of the power of knowledge.
Knowledge-friendly culture keeps growing for the reason nothing can stop it. We may be unaware but it happens that way. Let us openly share knowledge unbiased with the other forms of cultures. Biases attached to those cultures should not stop the knowledge-based culture. Knowledge embraces knowledge. Knowledge evolves from knowledge. And, so do we.