Quote by John Green
There are so many people. It is easy to forget how full the world is of people, full to bursting, and each of them imaginable and consistently misimagined.
This quote highlights the vast number of individuals in the world and suggests that it is common to overlook the sheer abundance of people around us. The phrase "full to bursting" emphasizes the overwhelming presence of human beings in society. Furthermore, the quote reminds us that every person has their own unique experiences and perspectives, which are often misunderstood or misrepresented by others. It serves as a reminder to not underestimate the complexity and diversity of the individuals that make up our world.
The reactance formulation, because of its articulation in terms of specific freedoms. . . provides insights into control motivation. . . Reactance theory conceives a modest form of control motivation. Reactance is directed toward the restoration of threatened or lost freedoms, and it is therefore (a) specific rather than general, and (b) reactive rather than proactive.