The Seven AttitudesText by DAVID GREGG
A Photo Comparison of the Seven Attitudes: Stoic, Spiritualist, Skeptic, Idealist, Cynic, Realist, Pragmatist
Stoics appear emotionally detached. They look unexpressive and meditative, as if they feel a quiet resolve about something that cannot be changed.
Spiritualists have a mystical look in their eyes, projecting an otherworldly gaze, like an inspired priest receiving a heavenly vision.
Skeptics convey a look of doubt and distrust, with an incredulous glare that is both suspicious and interrogating. They insist on accuracy.
Idealists appear optimistic and positive, with a child-like naiveté that's warm, friendly, and accommodating.
Cynics have hard and scornful eyes that range from caustic to comedic to outright sadness. They typically mock a derisive scowl that punctuates whatever you do or say with, "It will never work!"
Realists have a blunt and direct gaze that is grounded and down-to-earth, with a level-headed slant that rings true.
Pragmatists appear bland, neutral, and are noticeably absent of any romance or dreaminess, often conveying the sterile survey of the clinician.
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About David Gregg
David is the webmaster of MichaelTeachings.com and also moderates the Michael teachings discussion list at Yahoogroups. He has been a Michael student since 1996 and began channeling as a tool for spiritual enrichment. He is also a professional musician and plays the saxophone, clarinet, and flute, with a lifetime love for jazz and classical music. He enjoys literature and book collecting, and writes short stories in his spare time.
He occasionally writes reviews and profiles of jazz musicians at his jazz blog, Jazz Reader.
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