Sentences with Perception, Sentences about Perception in English
1. The perception of beauty is a moral test.
2. All our knowledge has its origins in our perceptions.
3. Imagination is the living power and prime agent of all human perception.
4. To change ourselves effectively, we first had to change our perceptions.
5. We see things not as they are, but as we are. Our perception is shaped by our previous experiences.
6. Illness is a part of every human being’s experience. It enhances our perceptions and reduces self-consciousness.
7. Every beauty which is seen here by persons of perception resembles more than anything else that celestial source from which we all are come.
8. Inner peace can be reached only when we practice forgiveness. Forgiveness is letting go of the past, and is therefore the means for correcting our misperceptions.
9. The human mind is capable of excitement without the application of gross and violent stimulants and he must have a very faint perception of its beauty and dignity who does not know this.
10. In movies, there are some things the French do that Americans are increasingly incapable of doing. One is honoring the complexities of youth. It’s a quiet, difficult undertaking, requiring subtlety in a filmmaker and perception and patience from us.
11. Beauty is about perception, not about make-up. I think the beginning of all beauty is knowing and liking oneself. You can’t put on make-up, or dress yourself, or do you hair with any sort of fun or joy if you’re doing it from a position of correction.
12. Our perception of celebrities in Hollywood is not the reality. The reality of our lives is so much like everyone else’s life. We have family members we love, everyone gets up in the morning, they have three meals a day and they go about their business.
13. All women have a perception much more developed than men. So all women somehow, being repressed for so many millennia, they ended up by developing this sixth sense and contemplation and love. And this is something that we have a hard time to accept as part of our society.