The Art of Perception

The Art of Perception

One of the first few things people tend to notice about me is how  I notice the little and sometimes unnecessary things. There are people who notice things, who are observant and who are natural detectives. They can usually decipher things without having to investigate or do any further research. Sometimes they even see a situation happening before it even has

There are also people who notice small things and then put 2 and 2 together, gather evidence before coming to conclusion that the answer is 4. Sometimes these types need some guidance to see things from a different perception, someone might spot check and point out things that they may have missed, perhaps their conclusion would’ve been 5, had their helpful colleague not brought them back to the right track that leads to 4.

Finally we have the completely oblivious, these types have absolutely no idea. They live completely in their own world and mostly live by their own means. They can sometimes come across as insensitive or uncaring because of the disconnect between themselves and others when really, they just don’t see past their own views.

I personally don’t believe that anyone specifically falls into one of these categories and stays in it, especially in this day and age. We live in an era that encourages the evolution of character and personality, one day you could be narrow minded and the next you might not be. But everyone at some point in their life has been stuck in one of these ways of perceiving things.

Allow your brain to be expanded to be able to see the world for what it is – weird and wonderful but oh, so beautifully terrible.

 

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