In the context of data and growth stimulation, data serves as the “base” from which growth is generated. This base data could represent the existing knowledge, experiences, or resources available in a certain environment. This is similar to how in social interactions, our initial experiences and interactions serve as the base upon which our social growth and development occur.
The “determined distance and volume” in the data context could be analogous to the range and depth of our social interactions. The volume and shape of these interactions can vary based on the size of our social circle and the frequency of our interactions.
As we engage in social interactions and relationships within our specific context (the “area we reach”), we develop greater values. These values can include personal growth, understanding, shared experiences, and the development of shared meanings and matters.