“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.”

― Aldous Huxley

Everybody has a unique perspective on several things. We believe what we sense through our senses of touch, taste, smell, and hearing. Yes, it is true that people are less productive today as a result of more technological advancements. People follow their instincts and instructions rather than using their minds to learn more. You know what, I’ve observed time and time again that our perceptions are not always reflected in the actions we take. Everyone has their own perceptions, and even young children will think differently. When a child is born, they perceive the world in the same way as their parents do, and they act, react, and live in the same way as well.

Perception is our sensory perception of the environment, according to psychology. I’ve met a lot of people in my life, including one who is very good at communicating clearly and straightforwardly. On the other hand, there are also people who are very cool under pressure and act differently depending on the circumstance. For example, some people act differently when they are angry or sad. They may act differently when they are happy or joyful.

Social categorization is a conceptual shortcut we utilize to speed up in-person perception. In doing so, we mentally divide people into various categories depending on the traits they share. Social categorization has advantages and disadvantages. People can swiftly form opinions thanks to social categorization, which is one of its benefits. Why do we judge people based on their perceptions, behaviors, and sense of style? Everyone has their own life, opinions, and freedom to pursue their goals. Don’t judge anyone before knowing anything about them !! Yes, we should be alert to everything but it’s not that we judge people according to their behavior or look.  You can quickly make decisions and build expectations of how individuals would act in specific situations thanks to social categorization, which frees up your attention for other activities.

Our beliefs, thoughts, feelings, what we hear and see, how we feel, and other factors all contribute to our perceptions. Many people consider and make decisions without giving them much thought, but we should consider the situation again before making a decision.

So, dude tries not to make quick decisions without thinking about it, and whatever you see, and listen may always not be true.

Have a nice day.

Isha Sethi

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