A mirror is a reflecting device. Its function is to show what is there. It does not interpret what it “sees.” It simply gives back to the image before it exactly what is presented. In other words, when you look into a mirror, the mirror reflects back your image. That is all. You may look in the mirror and think, “Wow, I’m stunning!” or “Good grief, I’m fat!” but that is your interpretation, not the mirror’s point of view. Read the rest of this entry »
“Andrew might be free, but there was built into him a carefully detailed program concerning his behavior toward human beings: a neural channel that…was there to discourage him from giving any sort of offense. It was only by the tiniest steps that he dared advance. Open disapproval would set him back months.”
From The Positronic Man, by Isaac Asimov and Robert Silverberg Read the rest of this entry »
If you are in a relationship with someone who plays junior attorney when you argue Read the rest of this entry »
If you are filled with your own beliefs, opinions, and ideas and you cannot learn anything new, your relationship would benefit from your emptying your cup.
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