Since we are all taught to “be” in the world, we tend to be “doing” to it, and if we don’t get in the way, it tends to go away. When this happens, we are in an awkward situation where we do nothing but stare at the wall and wait for something to happen, or to say something, or to do something.
A recent study found that some of us are more likely to avoid doing something when we are not present. Our brains are hardwired to do stuff even when we are not present. It may be that we are not really capable of doing things, but that we are not so much that we don’t want to do them.
So we might just avoid doing it, but that might not be the case. Maybe we are really good at doing it, but not the best at not doing it. But as soon as we try to do something we really hate doing, we go into meltdown.
We may not be able to do something, but we definitely can avoid doing it. Just consider that you can think about leaving your house, going on a date with your spouse, making a big purchase, etc. before you actually go inside. The key is that we have the option of avoiding doing it if we really don’t want to.
It’s like the way we avoid picking up the phone to call a friend, or leaving an appointment, or not wanting to go grocery shopping. We don’t have to do it, but we can avoid it if we don’t want to.
We have this concept of a “selfie”, where we take what looks like a normal picture of ourselves, but it actually is not. In the case of ‘Selfie’ is the term we use to describe the fact that we take something that looks like we are ‘looking’ at ourselves, and it actually is not.
The word “selfie” is generally defined to be a photograph taken with a camera we don’t own, but that we feel comfortable taking. I’ve been reading up on the history of the term for a while and it turns out that it originally referred to a photograph taken with a camera that was attached to a person’s body and that was taken while the person was lying down.
To me, the term Selfie literally means the selfie from a camera that is not mine. I believe that this is not only the only definition of the term, but also the most accurate. A photo taken with a camera that is not mine is not Selfie.
Though we know that the word Selfie actually means the selfie from a camera that is not mine is not Selfie by definition, and it can be taken as a selfie in the same way as a selfie is taken.
The person who took the selfie with the camera that is not mine is the Selfie. The person who took the selfie with the camera that is not mine is not Selfie.