The Case for Perception as The Overriding Principle
This is going to be more than one BLOG post, and even at that, it will be longer than my normal messages. There is a reason for this. I believe that “perception” is the overriding principle, and I want to give enough case study type evidence to show you why I believe that is the case.
Is this a drawing of a young woman looking away from you, or an old woman looking towards you? I tried to pick an image that was so well known that no explanation for it was needed. I didn’t want to waste time on the photo when I had real stories to tell.
Think of this as another version of “Scenes on the Train,” except stories about people whose perception made them see something in ways nobody else in the group did. It is the difference in their perception that is the topic, not what the actual story is staying.
So stay tuned to this BLOG. A number of stories will show up here during the next week.
Thanks for reading,