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Who Are We: Seeing Ourselves through the Eyes of One Another by [Elkhatib, Dr. Hussam Atef]
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In this book, we explore and resolve human-made barriers via people's daily logic.  We investigate the perception of who we are regardless of how people see us.  We dig into the depths of ourselves from a comprehensive perspective.  While numerous factors come into play, it is us that determine the outcome at the other end.

From the Inside Flap

- Sometimes you'd wonder how things would've been if you were born in a different era.

- We're always liable to encounter those who'd rebel against the norms.

- People are creatures of dignity who take pride in their heritage.

- The perception of a situation depends on how people observe it.

- There is no shame in asking for help. There is also a certain tact and bravery in doing it.

- When two people respond differently to the same stimuli, there could be many reasons for that.

- We were born with natural gifts that we did not have to work for.

- Our differences come in many forms, as in our capabilities, finances, initiatives, ambitions,  
   dreams, and much more.

- What we became builds upon where we have come from.

- Everything is a perception. A pleasant day is the same day that someone else might think of it
   not so nicely.

- Seeing things the way they are enables us to accept reality and deal with it.

- We were born in a time and place we had no control over.

- Optimism and hopefulness go hand-in-hand.

- Our attitudes are, after all, a reflection of our subconscious thinking.

- Everything happens for a reason, even things that we don't know any reason for their
  occurrence.

- We acquire an education for different reasons. What we learn affects our way of thinking.

- It appears that everything we do relate to knowledge, which leads to particular awareness.

- We seem to base what we do on our perceptions. Our comprehension is based on how we
   understand what we encounter.

- The impression we'd usually want to project is not necessarily what others see of us.

- Although this is not always the case, we usually analyze people according to how we view
   ourselves in similar scenarios.

- Piety does not necessarily refer to being religious, but rather to accept what happens as fate.

- Our attempt to see ourselves through the eyes of one another necessitates that we understand
   why we see things the way we do.

- Seeing ourselves through a comprehensive vision allows us to discern how we think and why.

- Our attitudes are a natural consequence of how we think.  Our thoughts result from the beliefs
   we hold beneath.

- Faith emerges from our confidence that what we have will work.

- Every day we encounter views that are different than ours.  The first thing that comes to mind 
   is we do not think the same or that person thinks differently.

- How the world has become so complicated is a matter of time and expansion.

- Being aware requires remaining cognizant of things all the time.

- When we see people's families, we think of how we appreciate ours. When we look at people's
   belongings, we reflect on what it took to attain what we have.

- A part of seeing ourselves through the eyes of one another is comparing what we have against
   theirs.

- The method we internally converse with ourselves determines how we see people, not how
   they see us. Nonetheless, it helps us to understand how they think. It makes us relate to the
   scene with a realistic acumen, and therefore, empathize.

- Even people in the same household differ. That is because of how they perceive things.

- To each is a different sense of reasoning. That is how we realize that our differences are the
   norm.

- Learning could be difficult, yet it can also be fun when the person approaches it with a purpose
   and an open mind.

- People are people regardless who they are and what position one might hold.

- We tend to listen to those we like more than those we don't know.

Product details

  • File Size: 1786 KB
  • Print Length: 194 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1547037563
  • Publication Date: November 4, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B074LJWK71
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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