posted on Aug, 7 2018 @ 03:55 PM
originally posted by: RAY1990
Probably shouldn't be listening at all but observing, yet another aspect of our senses often ignored though, am I right?
Yes, you could say that, in one sense, not so in another sense, which I doubt you meant. Words and observation have no mutual exclusivity, that
observed often put into words, so words of great value, if they are truth. An observation you can't communicate isn't worth much, is it? Both hearing
and seeing have a much broader sense, observation synonymous in one sense, but observation is worthless, if one has no way to interpret the data,
observation, alone, neither really hearing or seeing. A dog may stare at a TV, but have little idea what he's looking at. So, nothing means anything,
to somebody that isn't listening, seeing, you pick, to observe and not assimilate, not be listening, is pointless.