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You Are Polyhedral
发布时间:2016-03-18 23:17:02 作者:菜菜  发布者:wuchuzi 浏览次数:1964  类别:中文作文  
[大学二年级] 北京市 >> 海淀区 >> 北太平庄街道


A young lady who refuses to offer her seat to the aged is definitely an indifferent person; a clown giving fantastic performance on the stage must be a very happy guy in his life; a super movie-star’s private life is certainly as brilliant as we what we see on the screen.

Right?

Willard Gaylin has claimed,“You are what we (all of us) perceive you to be, not what you think you are,” which in other words, means that we should make a one-sided judgement of a certain person just by his behaviors. This viewpoint has obviously fallen into an erroneous zone of understanding someone completely.

There is an old Chinese saying, “Cats hide their claws.” That means we may know about a man’s exterior but not his heart. When walking on the street, how can you know that how many people passing by wear their masks and costumes, starring their own plays? How can you know whether they are cruel wolves or not when taking off their thick sheep’s clothing? I agree with Gaylin that, ignoring someone’s overt behaviours altogether and choosing to define him by unconscious determinants of behavior is a distortion, yet I insist that the invisible psychological activities also count when it comes to judge one’s personality. No one in this world has only one aspect, we are all polyhedral. Judging one by what we perceive is just an inadvisable choice.

The world-renowed Austrain neurologist and the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud believed that one’s personality consists of three parts: id, ego and superego. “Id” is the most primitive one, which means natural instincts, the inherent mode of thinking, etc. One of its manifestations is that when human’s fundamental need of survival comes, one should satisfy it immediately. Just like the hungry baby keeps crying, ignoring whether his mom is in trouble or not. It is the Pleasure Principle that dominates the id. “Ego” is developed from id, which can be defined as “ the selfhood under the limitation of reality”.The self-consciousness within us has the tendency to avoid danger, so we will start to warn, control and ban ourselves from doing something things unethical such as stealing or robbing even though we are hungry. The last but the paramount one is the “superego”, generally referring to the personality shown under the combined influences of ethic, social orientation and so on. It chases perfection and concentrates on “ what I should do” instead of “what I want to do” or “what I can do”. Only when these three aspects are kept balanced and concerted can one’s personality develops healthily. From this we can also draw a conclusion that we are all exposed to an environment in which our mental state is affected by lots of uncertain factors, which precludes our behaviors reflecting our real personality. So how can we judge one simply by his behaviors?!

We may despise the young lady who doesn’t offer her seat to old people, but is there any probability that she’s pregnant although it’s hard to be perceived due to her petite figure? Things alike did happen before. The amusing clown, with his face dyed colorful, laughs out loud and gives comical performance to entertain others, but actually no one knows his loneliness. His world is always divided into two parts: one is sunny and the other is in shadow. And as for the superstar, needless to make any further comments, we have all already heard too much and got accustomed to their scandals.

Our eyes will always cheat us. Sometimes the world we get to know through what we see has been distorted and twisted greatly, which cannot convey us the truth, nor can it tell us what a person is really like. What you see is not the real you, at least, not the whole you.

In everyone’s heart there live an angel and a demon. Whether a man is good or not depends on which part is more powerful and takes the wind. How you behave also lies on your attitude towards them. No one is single-sided in personality. We are all polyhedral.

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