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Re: What's wrong with judgement? Dinah

Posted by Nadezda on September 6, 2009, at 15:07:32

In reply to Re: What's wrong with judgement? seldomseen, posted by Dinah on September 6, 2009, at 14:01:59

I do, too.

One thing I've noticed as a small example, is that on the subway, you can look around and think that everyone is sort of forbidding, or not dressed that well, or threatening. But if you really open your eyes and look at people individually, you see how interesting they each are. Each person seems to have a different way of presenting themselves, or different expressions, or ways of sitting or standing, and you find yourself becoming intrigued with how they are. It does open up a whole new, much more inviting and enjoyable world.





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