Dear Vidur, “We have two ears and one mouth so we can listen twice as much as we speak.”  — Epictetus (AD 55 – c.135) Do you remember that fun game we played where each of us took a sheet of paper, set the timer and listed everything we noticed in a part of the room or the entire room – and whoever got the maximum number of items won? This is probably one of the best games ever to cultivate the habit of observing, being aware of what is around you. “We value our sight above almost everything else. The reason for this is that of all the senses sight makes knowledge most possible for us and shows us the many differences between things.” Aristotle The Oxford dictionary defines observation as the action or process of observing something or someone to gain information. Do you realize that we don’t observe…

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