Too often people become victims and victimizers by their own subjective social perceptions, unconsciously causing undue antagonism and discord in the world. Even the most impartial and honest minds can become emotionally triggered under the right circumstances through their misperceptions and mis-anticipations of others. A lot of times people are acting/reacting on perceptions that may or not even be accurate. To be a shaper of a better world calls for a little self-anarchy sometimes; to explore the legitimacy of our perceptions; to see that the world often isn’t as cruel and indifferent as we may think; that it often turns out to be far more humane and willing to help than we may be used to noticing.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://tzmla.com/subjective-perceptions/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=subjective-perceptions