to have a different perception
The problem lies in the fact that the necessary gap is bridged by perception.
If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
And it is only a very short step from there, to perception which occurs in the absence of all immediate signals and has to be labeled extrasensory.
This means that our perception of any situation depends only partly on sensory signals being received at that time.
It is hard, perhaps even impossible, to define normal sensory perception.
Before I got to know Donald, the perception I had of him was that he was cold and unfriendly.
It's an icon of water itself, and it elevates people's perception of contemporary design.
perception the way someone interprets something they see or hear
it's your responsibility as a communicator to make sure that they are getting the accurate perception of your behaviour.
It's perception. According to Darren Treadway, bullying is a matter of perception - the way some action is interpreted by a person, in this case, a subordinate.
Someone once said that happiness is 90% perception, and ten percent reality
The parents wouldn't share their perceptions about their children's behaviour.
What is your perception of the minister’s handling of the situation?
Perception is based, to a very large extent, on conceptual models - which are always inadequate, often incomplete and sometimes profoundly wrong.