This week at WritersLi.P.P. we coined the subject Objective Perspective. No matter who you are, your profession, your goals or aspirations, this subject is hard to define. So, I'm not going to (for once).
As a woman with ethics I must abide by objectivity. The situation does not matter; I must be able to see it from more than one side.
Thanks to my dad, I can offer this analogy on perspective: It's like looking at the flat front of a coffee mug while listening to someone tell you that you must grab the full circumference of the mug even though it's hot from the steaming liquid inside. Something inside you says there has to be something more; a handle perhaps.
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In a world where it's easy for opinions and views to get lost in translation, I'll take this lesson the easy way.
What about you? How do you explain objective perspective?
Life in Penned Perspective by Lindy Chaffin Start