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Perception and Its Effects As we grow older we learn new things and start to build new opinions about them It is not necessary that every one has to share the same opinion As a child I was taught in school that every story has a fixed moral and that is the one that the teacher talks about in the class We have to agree to it whether we like it or not I believe this was one reason for my loosing interest in school I hated sitting through classes that were pre planned and the teachers disliked me and complained to my mother for having a misbehaved child My mother always kept worrying about this and so did I I was under the impression that I would never get along with the children in my class that my teachers would never like me It was not until I reached the 10th grade that I realized that I was not wrong I just did not want to agree with the fixed opinion that was put down by the teachers As I began to read I started to analyze everything and understand it better This improved my perception and ability to interact but it did not help me in writing I still see things differently from others though I dont know why But I have made an adjustment with my perception Jane Tompkins talks about perception and post structuralism in her essay Tompkins is correct to come to a conclusion of nothing but confusion and the understanding that it is perception that makes the present and the past a mess Thus no one really knows what is past and if the past is the mystery then the present is a joke The quote that I am putting down is a way of explaining the complicated relation between perception past and the present and the biases contradiction of all that we have been
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