Tuesday, May 10, 2016
We choose to accept or deny, based on what we see at first glance. It takes a supreme effort on the part of both parties involved to get beyond that. Why? Because what we see right off, is the essential file, the base line information from which we move. It has been thus since we first became erect walking beings who had rational thought as a possibility. Once we acquired the Attire language, uncountable eons ago, we added that level of semiotics to what we perceived about anyone, and everyone who came into our sphere.
When we look at our fellows on the street, or in the office, think. There is so much more than is apparent. Think. Ponder. Consider. What is it that are you seeing that is only part of the story? That said, the Attire language can help you get to the truth, if you are willing to take time.
The man in tight pants who is in his 50s, is saying more than "I'm randy and ready to go." He is also saying he does not feel ready to let go of his youth. The woman who chooses to wear high heels and short skirts when she is 65 is not just saying "I'm not done yet", she is also possibly giving the finger to the younger generation.