On Thu, 18 May 1995, Michael McMaster wrote:
> Ivan recommends to us using language (ie "souls") for what it evokes.
> Or the case of British rail where they refer to passengers as "human
> frieght" - and provided a matching service.
This reminded me of something I have observed many times. People tend to
project different personalities according to their dress. For example, a
person dressed in jeans and tees acts and speaks casually. Put the same
person into a suit and the behavior tends to become more formal in turn.
It only stands to reason that the way we clothe our words will also affect
our behaviors and responses.
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