Great analogy and advice. Great posting Eric.
“Like the herd animals we are, we sniff warily at the strange one among us.” ~ Loren Eisenley
Stay with me; I’m going somewhere thoughtful here.
A dog lover, they’ve been part of my life for decades. So naturally, I was drawn to a recent article titled, “Why Do Dogs Sniff Each Other’s Butts? It’s More Complicated Than You Might Imagine.” Turns out, it’s all about one canine literally sniffing out important information about the other; its gender, emotional state, diet, and more. It’s like communicating with chemicals. As part of its olfactory system, dogs nerves direct the chemical information it detects directly to the brain so there’s no interference from other odors. Keep this “no interference” in mind.
Which brings me to the actual focus for this post. As humans, we also process information by:
- Being quiet inside and really listening as a way of being aware of our…
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