“Perception is an interesting aspect of human existence. One’s perception of reality affects one’s health. A good example is through examining driving habits and attitudes. People who perceive all others on the road as out to get them tend to be more nervous, more aggressive, or more impulsive than those who perceive other drivers simply as other drivers. If one’s perception is that life will sort itself out, then usually it will. If one’s perception is that little in life is within one’s control, then that perception will prevail. Perception can be changed…”
This quote from the second book (not ready to reveal the name) is in an essay about the four components of health: physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. Actually there is one more component (and I am learning about it as I write this post!): signal. I don’t yet know its purpose. Will excavate it for book #4!