Article on Observation sounds silly? But still I felt like writing it because there is a lot to be told about observation and observing things. Everything you do in life directly or indirectly depends on the way you observe things. This observation skill helps a lot in one's life. Read on you will surely agree with my statement.

The former president of India Dr. A.P.J Abdul kalam used to observe the flying birds at the seacoast everyday. He used to wonder how they could fly? This observation helped him a lot in his future researches and experiements on rockets observing, acquiring knowledge, setting goals and working towards the goal, made him a great man.

The observation of sir abdul kalam made a tremendous impact in his life in the above way. If he would have just observed it normally like any one of us then there wouldn't be any rocket invented. Everyone will have this skill but only few of them utilise it as most of them are busy with their own work leaving no time to observe. Do make it has a habit to observe the things around us. Who knows ? that might be a blessing to you one day.

Just because you see does not mean you observe.The difference between seeing and observing is fundamental to many aspects of life. Observation is more than simply seeing something, but rather a mental process involving both visual and thought.

Observing things makes you a positive person asmost of them search for positivity in every thing they observe. (Most of othem !). It increases your memory and imagination levels. Observing things is a stepping stone for writers / film makers as no one can write / do a film without observing / analysing the things so observed. It is a quality that is required for each and every individual to move further as observation teaches you infinity. Just sit back and observe, things will automatically get sorted.

Observe always that everything is the result of a change, and get used to thinking that there is nothing Nature loves so well as to change existing forms and to make new ones like them.

To observe is to live in the moment