Our perception of things is only that. Our perception. It is the view of life we have come to understand thus far. We cannot know if it is right or wrong if we know no other view of life to compare it to. I found that it always helps to consult at least 3 people closest to you on a particular subject and one person particularly skilled on that subject ,before making important decisions. If most of those people all lean towards a similar response, then it gives you an idea to whether your point is either right or wrong. I don't believe its ever sensible to follow only one persons outlook or advice, because their perception is also biased to the life they have lived. In my experience, having a council of wise friends or teachers to regularly consult is always a good way to live a life of various possibilities, as you surround yourself with multiple eyes to view the world upon.
I agree with Tamryn, that it is better to surround yourself with people who have different view of the world than you do. There is always more to the world that what you can see. Consult people who are older and wiser, because of their experience it can help you to making a better decision. I agree that you should not follow or make a decision based on one person advice.
You make a good point when you said "We cannot know if it is right or wrong if we know no other view of life to compare it to" because perspective is based on our own experiences and beliefs so in order to gain a balanced understanding of a particular situation. I feel that consulting with friends is good, but consulting with experienced people give you an edge in approaching solutions, gaining knowledge and being able to think critically.
My opinion is that your perception defines what you consider is right. All of us see things from different perspective, each of us perceives the world differently from person to person. Our behavior is based on what we believe to be right. These perceptions influence our values that define what we consider right and wrong. When you consult other people, it gives you a chance to compare your perception to theirs. People’s behavior is based on their perception of what is right or wrong; it is possible that two persons can perceive the same thing and still interpret it differently. You shouldn’t make a decision based purely on one view of things. It is better to consult other people and get an idea of what they consider right or wrong. By evaluating yours and other people perception, it can lead you to make a better choice. There is always more to what you see, by talking to other people around you, it might help you expand your perception of the world around you.
I like what you wrote Nuttiya and I also agree that its important to consult with others, because its not good to stay in one view of things. Sometimes speaking with other people about certain perceptions or asking advice if a certain view is the right view, may be confusing because someone may give irrelevant advice. Regardless Its still important to speak with other people because it makes us more open minded.
I believe ones own perception is considered to be right because we ultimately have the last word. Every one views the world in a certain way, therefore we are going to believe what we feel is correct in our mind and in that situation. As humans we tend to doubt and overthink important decisions, which is when we seek for advice from others. I believe that if we reach out to others to consult, there is no right or wrong answer. Each different opinion will be an influence, good or bad, to your perception of the world. It is not about being right or wrong, it’s about being open to different and new ideas to influence your understanding of the world.
Perception is perception. I believe there may never be right or wrong. We as the human population are all different from one another with different views of the world. Therefor, we will never know weather the perception may be correct. As mentioned in the comments above, I agree that one should spend time with one who has complete different views. This will give an opportunity to share perception with one another to expand knowledge.
I believe that 50% of our lives are perception and the other half without consulting other people. We live in a world where we have to make mistakes, We have to learn from it to gain confident of your own self. However consulting with other people might help in a way of a advise by opening your eyes with what you are going to do in the future if you haven’t. But at the end of the day is your call your decision to decided if what you want to do. Sometimes perceptions might not be always right but liked i said we make mistakes by our own choices.
Our perception of the world around us is very personal. It depends entirely on the person and his or her moods and feelings at the time. Thus, our very own perception of things could differ from day to day. Therefore, there is no real way to decider if our perception is right or wrong, even if it is theoretically possible or even right to gauge the correctness of one's perception. The best way to know if one's perception is right and if others' are deluded is to observe the perception on a matter in a number of people and see how it compares. Still, this is not 100% accurate, so there is never any real way to determine whether the perception of something is "right" or not.
Perception can go in two ways. One, perception can be used in a personal preference depending the nature of the situation and the other one is based on perception of conditional preferences of ideals and conceptions that is given on a fixed and arranged situation. These two kinds of perceptions are just temporary and sometimes it can get ourselves into hot water situation. Perceptions are just preconceived notion of judging one's side of view and not analysing the side of other. Our own read of perception might be correct but at some it can come off as insensitive and appalling. Still, perception is not always 100% and there is right or correct view on which our perception is right nor even correct at all.
I believe the way we see the world is our own perception of it and we can never know if our own perception of others is the correct one. I like how Rosalinda said that we ultimately have the last word, so we tend to believe that our perception may be the right one. What we put out in the world and how we behave, according to us, is the right way. I think consulting with others could be useful, because only focusing on one view is not good and leaves us in tunnel vision. However, I also think it can confuse someone when consulting others, because how do we know they are correct? However, I still think its important to speak with other people, because it is always good to get feedback. There is more to the world than we know it and expanding out perception by being open minded and consulting other people is beneficial.
I believe that we can see the world best with our perception. Theres nothing right or wrong. Everyone in the world is different from one another, every ones views the world differently in a certain way. Sometimes perceptions might not be always right but no one in the world is perfect and we make mistakes by our own choice. I also agree that one should spend time with others who have completely different views of your perception. This will give an opportunity to share perception with one another to expand knowledge and take some useful advice. keeping an open mind is also a key element to being open with your own perceptions.
Our perception is individually different from everyones perception. It depend on the circle that we are raised and depending on how our mentality works. We believe and see what we want to see in most of the cases without thinking about others perception. This is why we tend to have argument with other people around us, because we have different ways to see any problem, situation, or circunstance in life. We might be right or wrong but if we do not see others people point, we only consider our truthful. It also depend on what benefit you and if your perception brings you something positive you may not care about the wrong part of it.
We all perceive things differently. There really isn't a right or wrong when it comes to how we view things. We compare our views to those who think otherwise and believe that we are correct in our thinking. When we do ask people what they think of a certain topic, the people we ask usually have similar views to our own. We should be asking those who have different opinions so we become better versed in the topic at hand. It is good to know the opinions of others even if we don't agree.
Malcom explained that our perception is based on our experiences. That we only believe in our own perception. We consult others knowing their answers before they even answer because we know the people we are asking. He also stated that we consult others perspective so we can feel good about ourselves. I say that we only want to hear what we want to so we surround ourselves with people who agrees with us. I think one way to make sure our perception is right is to consult someone who is an expert to that field and having to listen to them with an open and unbiased mind.
When we are all brought into this world with a sponge like mind where do we get our knowledge from? Parents? Teachers? Everyone has had to gained their knowledge from another person, thus why at such a young age it is crucial that we are exposed to essential and proper guidance. Until a young mind develops, it is incapable of determining what insight from others is beneficial and what may be negative or useless. During Wednesday's verbal response Malcolm spoke of how our reality is our own, and how we may purposely seek others who think the same way as us or respond a certain way to further support our reality. Tamryn and Isabel took this thought deeper and told the class the importance of listening to opposing views and getting insight from valid or experienced sources. I agree with all three speakers response, we determine our own fate, perspective and reality. I also believe we must understand the importance of developing our reality's to a point in which we are able to take all perspectives and insight, and with this truly create our own reality with no bias.
We always go with our own perception but hearing other people’s view of that perception what they thing or say makes us doubt if we were wrong or right thinking on what we thought. Nobody can tell us what’s right or wrong In our perception only ourselves. Perception is based on our experience and challenges and opportunities that we’ve dealt with and faced and solved and that’s shaped our perception. And each perception is different from everybody and sometimes it can sound the same to our own but really isn’t the exact thing.
Ultimately in the end the person who makes the final decision is ourselves which makes it so that our own perception is the one that matters the most. Outside perceptions can influence ours to a certain degree and we tend to only focus on our perception of things because it our personal opinion and we tend follow our personal opinions. All in all our perception matters the most but there are some very light and heavy influences from other perceptions at times.
Our perception is based off of what we see and hear and choose to believe, so we see and hear incorrect information and choose to believe it, it may be correct to the person, but it will still be incorrect to everybody else. We can never be sure that our perception of things are right without consulting others unless we prove it to be true. In terms of consulting others, it is always good to know where the other person got their information from to compare it with your source. If a large group of people accept a claim, it would be considered true.
Our own perception of things can be validated by doing research and by our own life experiences. The only thing that we can rely on is our own knowledge we have about life. if we ask someone else to try and verify if what we are perceiving it correct we have to hope they have the same perception as us. For example if we were to ask a colorblind person what color is an apple and they say blue we would be confused if we didn't know first hand that he was colorblind.
There is no way to label ones perception as right or wrong because each person constructs their own perception and no two are the same. Many people have similar perspectives and those people tend to gravitate towards each other when seeking confirmation of their own views. Consulting others can either confirm or deny ones perception, but can not prove it to be right or wrong.
Perspective is just like an opinion we only understand what we see or what we been through. Everyone has their own story and that's why everyone has different perspective about things. People who have the same perspective usually have similar story's or came from similar backgrounds. Perspective isn't right or wrong like i said its just a opinion based on how people view the world.