Perceptiveness and sharpness of the mind are very desirable qualities, especially in professions that require quick decisions.
The labor market is increasingly demanding that we only be able to assess the situation, estimate the odds, and assess whether something is feasible based on a quick glance of the eye. Creative thinking, knowing facts, and analyzing seemingly insignificant details have already guaranteed successful cases for many lawyers.
Sight is the primary sensation of about 65 percent of people all over the world. It is time to start using the information that is there to help us. You can learn it in a very simple way. Just solve as many puzzles as you can! These seemingly simple puzzles are not only great fun and entertainment, but also a form of learning. They develop our intelligence: they feed on gray cells.
We are a pictorial society and, unfortunately, we live in a time where writing is more and more simplified, and various types of emoticons start to play such roles as ancient hieroglyphics or Sumerian pictograms.
Through these numerous simplifications we have become accustomed to the unreflective reception of the images that surround us. We forget that they may conceal some deeper hidden meanings than what we see at a glance. We associate facts with new puzzles like this one.
This picture shows tourists at a campsite. Take a look at it and analyze the following questions. The key to answering is not a bright mind!
- How many tourists are in the camp?
- When did they arrive: today, or a couple of days ago?
- How did they get here?
- Is there a village near the camp?
- In which direction does the wind blow: north or south?
- What time of day is it?
- Where is Alex?
You will know the answers by looking at the next pages before you go to try to find them yourself.