‘To me, this is common sense, to you, this makes no sense.’
I would like to use this quote from my highschool history teacher to start my post tonight.
She said this when she was scolding us about not being able to figure out which dynasty in China starts and ends back in ancient times.
Sometimes our awareness to the world varies so much, that when I think something is just a common sense to me, I don’t know why I knew it but I just knew it, and it doesn’t make sense to others, not at all.
How human sense the world is an interesting topic. The world stays the same as it is all the time. But different people see it in their own way and everyone has their own opinion to themselves.
That’s how the COMMUNICATION is needed for the world.
And that leads back to my profession on communication and media. In a small scale it is as simple as a conversation, the conversations connect together to form a communication net work. Later when different communication networks having similar opinion or having something in common, the networks join together become a media speaks for a certain commen sense representing a certain group.
I prefer to be a conversation activator in most cases. Everyone has a position in their life and being the communicator would be my position. It is enjoyable to see conversations happening both spoken and unspoken ones. Yes, you don’t really have to speak things out all the time. The unspoken message is sometimes more important.
Information is like a flow among people that is invisible but the actual thing that put the world together. The world of human emotion overlaps with the geographic globe. Communication is sparkles happening every minute, every second.
I always say, the world is very interesting, why not sense it, just experience it, even if that doesn’t really make any sense to you.