Mr. Eyes leads the way here….

On our way to the never-sleeping town of “Expectations and Impressions”.

 

Photo credit: Disney Wiki – Fandom

 

This is a town where our “eyes look” at something one time

And within no seconds, we have formed an impression of this something we have looked at, a few seconds back.

A few fleeting moments later, our brain now starts having all these small tiny expectations of what is to come next, isn’t it?

 

Photo credit: Darius Foroux

 

Do you agree with the way “business usually happens” in this never-sleeping town?

Is there a way we can actually lower our expectations? Which would consequentially mean that we are going to be less impressed, as time goes by?

Or, is there a way we can actually higher our expectations? Which would consequentially mean that we are going to be more impressed, as time goes by?

 

Photo credit: Flickr

 

How that whole process comes about of having expectations is quite long and detailed.

I beg that we discuss it, sometime in the future, alright?

 

Please do not get me wrong; expectations are good and so, is having expectations.

When do we get to draw the line on them, though?

 

The same is the same for impressions; who is not human enough to be impressed by something?

Impressions are good and so is being impressed.

When do we get to draw the line on them, though?

 

~Expectations and Impressions! ~