Tuesday, August 17, 2010


Claudia Black said this >> "Trust in yourself. Your perceptions are often far more accurate than you are willing to believe."

--- Perceptions about people come from keen observation and insight on those who travel to your own sphere and space. You get a lot of practice because many are sent by God to you for your good learning. You can get better at it from person to person to person. Learn well. It can help you sift through the pebbles to get to the grain.. or something like that.


  1. Don't you think an open mind is necessary for right perception? A biased mind gets biased perceptions.The key lies in keeping the mind unclogged of prejudices
    A thought provoking idea

  2. Perceptions I believe are initially gained or acquired by one's interaction with people or things around him or in his life. Because like a baby learning how to walk with one tiny step at a time, one learns to discern character and stuff by being open to opportunities that comes his way through one person at a time, one experience at a time, one lesson at a time. In effect working and improving such skill or ability further. It can only get better with practice.

    As for acquired good or bad perception - that too can make for an interesting subject in a post. The hows and whys of it. Why don't you blog about that? 'Would be interesting to see. You write well.

    Thanks for dropping by.
    God bless you and your family.


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