Sunday, January 25, 2009

Everybody Sees Them Differently

And even if I could get someone who knew the person to agree with me, there always seemed to be someone else who disagreed. Or we all agreed that someone had one attribute, but still disagreed on whether it was important, or on what other qualities or defects they had and how important those were. So, we might all have been looking at the same person, but each of us might put that person in a different box, depending on what we thought was their most important or dominant quality or defect.

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