As we travel through life, we are constantly making decisions. Some of these are based on hard evidence and logical reasoning, while others are based on our feelings and intuition.

However, there is another factor that plays a role in our decision-making process: observation. When we observe something, we take in information without necessarily drawing any conclusions. We simply notice what is happening around us.

In contrast, perception occurs when we interpret the information that we have observed. We assign meaning to what we have seen and heard and form opinions and judgments accordingly.

Both observation and perception are important in helping us to understand the world around us. However, it is important to remember that our perceptions can sometimes be inaccurate or misleading. In order to make sound decisions, it is essential to learn how to observe the world around us objectively. Only then can we hope to find the path to growth and success.

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