Tuesday, August 7, 2018

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True friends see the full picture of your soul. It’s curious that the response to the realism of the existence of life is “the love we share with others” it’s always under the microscopic of inspection. When we lose someone important to us, it wakes you to the deeper depths of our hearts. Our memories and love of our lost ones is sealed inside to comfort us in time of need.

Some families are messy. At best we can remind ourselves “we’re related.” As I experienced the very people who are meant to keep you from harm are the very people who break you; they walk away and you let go. You’re  dignity gets mocked, and mind toyed with.”

The grief grabs hold of your every emotion and thought though we  can  recall that every second, every hour being more precious than the last. The very essence of our existence, so imperfect, the ache is always there. “You get used to the weight, how it hold’s you, emotionally and physically, until you let go.” I was already broken. I had to light my own way out of its darkness. I learnt to be “a light inside my own lamp.” A religious preacher said to me once  “God sees and hears what he needs to know.” There is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged, however slight we become unwitting victims of the darkness.  Wether your a believer of a particular faith, religion or not, the feelings are the same. If you have ever lost someone important then you can empathise in knowing how it feels. If you haven’t lost anything, you can’t possibly imagine it.

Monday, August 6, 2018

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Humans strive for the same end, and that our only difference is one of method and purpose. To empty the heart does not mean to not love. Love as God intended it, is pure, with no boundaries, when it is not based on a false attachment. When we occupy our mind, we fill it with purpose, there’s no time for doubting. Peace is not merely an absence of war but an ingredient of human life, and that nuture in time will do away with war as a natural process. We have the right to tell our story, old and new in our own way, because they are our stories. No person is a friend who demands your silence. To deny a person their human right to freedom of thought, freedom of expression and the gift of communication is to challenge their very humanity. What we experience, is more than a feeling.

 “In this game called life, change is inevitable except from a vending machine.”

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Sunday, August 5, 2018

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There is a common saying that “if you don’t create your own life then you’ll fall into someone else’s design.” We must beware of hidden objects or techniques of deception, being used in the environment. “A speakers apeal to it is always an invitation not to challenge his tacit assumptions.”

As Albert Einstein once said “Truth is what stands the test of experience.” But truth is a deeper sentiment in human nature.

Neural architecture is commonly being applied as a method of conformity. According to Dr Van der Linden , Dr of Experimental Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science “when a person feels they are being watched,” they will be a better person. Van der Linden demonstrated “when others are watching them,” it has a positive effect. According to Professor Aidan Moran from the University College Dubin School of Psychology “Sport is played with the body but won within the mind.” Eye tracking technology has been used for decades to “shape the mental processes” of althletes and used globally to streamline skills and training. Toyota Canada a leading vehicle manufacturer carried out a study to demonstrate what customers look at when buying a car. They parterned with Tobii Pro Insight Eye Tracking Team to assist their understanding of how customers move, think and communicate. The study revealed insights into the potential buying power
of customers and to their “generational differences and traditions.”

Some studies have shown that “it doesn’t matter if a person is being gazed upon” as they are more likely to “tidy that bedroom you have told them to do or more likely to put the rubbish in the bin,” than someone not being observed. It matters not wether it’s a shadow on a ceiling or wall that resembles a figure or a perceived set of eyes. As Van der Linden states “All it takes is an image of a pair of human eyes.”

Further Reading

Citation:            http://www.ghostvillage.com/resources/2011/features_08022011.shtml

Citation:            https://www.tobiipro.com/blog/eye-tracking-insights-musical-minds/
                          The secret of an engaging car showroom study

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In times of global deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. It’s easy to look at people and make quick judgments about them, their demeanour, and their past.  What a person shows to the outside world is only one tiny facet of the iceberg hidden from sight. More often than not, their lives are lined with cracks and scars that go all the way to the foundation of their soul. The world is a mass connection of hacks, data breaches, behavioural analytics and gathering techniques. Once connected, communications of personal, financial and social both visible and invisible generates sensitive insights into people’s lives. Skinners theory explains how people acquire a range of behaviour’ learned in our daily life. Edward Thorndike proposed the hypothesis  “the law of effect” in that “actions can be followed by desirable outcomes,” in other words “if ones face doesn’t fit”  the reverse can be put into effect with punishment or punitive measures. Such activity as listening to Music, Singing and Shopping can be influenced purposely to change a persons state of “being, habits, and thinking” to shape their lifestyle. For example, Fujitsu Laboratories  developed techniques to “accurately measure a persons gaze” with tracking technology,  this includes images taken of the person. The method for their developments involves an Infrared compact camera, an Infrared LED. Once a persons corneal and eye pupil is determined, wether at long distance or near they calculate their gaze. These techniques are creeping  into a “Big Brother is Watching You” culture where Innocent individuals go-about their daily lives. Once sensors are installed in stores and other places, data breaches and gathering begins to “catch the unsuspecting attention”  and broadcast information aloud or to subliminally subvert thinking.” Advances in software technology are being paid for as a cheaper preference to address a “One-Size Fits All” agenda.

Further Reading

Citation: Journal.JP.Fujitsu.com “Small gaze tracking sensors create new business opportunities”