I think Maritsa's presence has positively affected the "team spirit" of this forum. People that wouldn't otherwise have interacted much or necessarily liked each other have talked & can have a way to feel they have something in common. Maritsa has become an inside joke of a sort, and that kind of things make people feel closer to each other and trust each other more. "The greatest happiness for the greatest number of people""
So, which one of the following are you doing in the above?
- (static) perceives outward sensory data projected by objects. Unless objects change their appearance significantly, the impression will not change.
- (dynamic) perceives internal reactions to sensory data. Each perception of the same thing can be different depending on the observer's changing internal state.
- (static) perceives inherent potential in objects. Objects don't tend to change their nature much over time, though new circumstances can reveal hitherto unnoticed aspects of that potentiality.
- (dynamic) perceives internal reactions to external potentiality. Today the possibilities might seem inviting and favorable, but tomorrow they might produce a sense of foreboding or despondency.
- (static) perceives logical interrelations between objects, which by definition belong to a certain class or location, unless the point of reference is changed.
- (dynamic) perceives what those objects are doing and what is being done with them. One and the same object can be used effectively or ineffectively.
- (static) perceives connections of a subjective, emotional nature that exist between objects. These feelings arise gradually and change little until a significant disruption occurs.
- (dynamic) perceives how objects are interacting on an emotional level. One and the same object can interact very different with a stable set of other objects depending on a variety of factors.