Dádìsì Speaks

The Difference between Listening and Interpreting Someone’s Actions

In Uncategorized on 14/06/2012 at 16:14

Originally posted on Readers Cafe:

Daniel Harris

When someone says something to you this is the general process: Words and noise travels through one ear, those words and noises are then interpreted by the brain, and then the majority of the time, those words and noises go flying out the other ear!

Even when someone speaks in a completely different language to you, we are still capable of being able to understand them through our access to portals of information that can help us define the meaning of what someone has said to us

But my question is; can it be the same in the way we understand someone’s actions?

In our society for most general actions we can say yes, we understand them and why the person in question has behaved in such a way. For example if someone waves to us, we know that this action means that that person is greeting us…

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