To gaze to be gazed

Photograph by Leo Ramirez

There is a big difference between skills and behaviors. Skills are the things that we have learned to do and that, over time, we consciously improve with practice and a good feedback loop. On the other hand, behaviors are fundamental changes in how we interact with the world, including people, animals, nature, and objects. Skills don’t define us, but our behaviors do.

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Jose M. Ramirez

Jose M. Ramirez

Consultant, Photographer, Artist, Researcher, and Teacher / Consultor, Fotógrafo, Artista, Investigador y Docente — http://www.joseramirezphoto.com

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