Tag Archives: observation
Sight is seen once the “I” is seen.
A forceful passion, like a torrential downpour, is better witnessed than suffered.
Closing-in on a sensation, feeling, or perception opens an observational distance.
So was the toddler who tripped, fell, and only cried after seeing that you were paying attention.
What good are observations that fall between the obvious and the oblivious?
This strange creature appears to be unobserved while eating alone publicly.
Today, experts in observational thinking practice observational comedy.