I believe perceptivity is fundamental not only for survival but it is essentially what makes a person a thoughtful and/or interesting person. In society, perceptiveness is not generally appreciated or encouraged outside of an academic or work-related environment (and even then...
for YOU, not some idealized version of what they or you think you should be.
The right person loves the light and the dark, and helps you embrace both. Each of us is perfectly flawed, it makes us who we are".
Thank you. My thoughts exactly.
we take no responsibility for the feelings that perception generates, rather just let it go. I believe perception enables us the capacity to see another's opinion, therefore opening us up to another's ideas and beliefs.
I freely acknowledge the fact that I am not always the easiest person in the world to understand. However that being said, to have someone who can read me. Who can see between the lines even when I do my best to hide is priceless, truly priceless largely because evasion and my...
One time I interviewed for a job as
an asst. editor for a technical paper.
Most of the job requirements related
to the applicant being perceptive and
discerning. When I went into the office
for the interview, I noticed that the
local university station was playing on
I speak volumes non-verbally. If you can't seem to figure it out, I get frustrated and angry. Especially if I have already told you once, and then I communicate my feelings non-verbally. I am going to need you to get a clue.