As a marine biology major at Hawksquill College, my dream is to discover new lifeforms in the unexplored depths of the ocean. Sailing since the age of five and scuba diving since the age of ten, I've always been inspired by water.
Energy and Self-Perception
By Barry Lord
Who do you think you are?
Who do you think others think you are?
Who do you think others are?
Such questions of perception and self-perception may be answered at every possible level, ranging from the intimate to the generic. Many of the answers are subjective and will change over time. But some responses may be more fundamental than others, meaning that they may have an informing significance for the complete range of possible answers. Those answers that arise from the energy source that makes them possible have to be among the most important of these fundamental formative perceptions and self-perceptions of who we think we are, individually and collectively. This is because each energy source is integral to the cultures that it makes possible, or in some cases necessary.