On 5/30/2021 9:06 PM, Mike Horvath wrote:
> When I was heavily into POV, I would see things in terms of shapes and
> colors. Like, "That's a red pyramidal idea!" or "That's so blue cube!"
> Now that I read and write more, I see things in terms of black print on
> white paper; letters and sentences, and words rearranging themselves to
> fit correct grammar. A musician might hear tones and see notes all the
> time. A carpenter, linear forces (such as a hammer hitting a nail) and
> simple geometry. Someone who watches movies a lot might think in terms
> of two-dimensionally projected images. Likewise, people of the New Age
> persuasion have their own language in which they view the world. (And,
> no, language does not just exist in the mouth or written/printed word.)
My point is we are shaped by the things we spend most of our days doing,
or thinking about.
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