Wednesday 29 May 2013 – Perception

It is interesting how perception (especially over time and compounded experience) has the potential to shape drastically the way in which we behave and treat one another. Exclusive reasoning is not necessarily the case in this context, but we may contemplate the possibility of symbolism, how that connects with perception and further, how perceptions dictates the way in which we treat each other. If we are exclusive in our behaviours, how does that dictate the way in which we interact? When we observe closely the actions of our historical context, there is much to learn. Are we learning by changing our behavioural patterns or are we continuing to suffer? Is it not imperative we think as freely as possible and allow ourselves to not take for granted all information presented to us…? SS.

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