Patience is not exactly my greatest virtue, it makes us suffer and be dissatisfied with nonsense.
Patience is a necessary virtue to live in the here and now, enjoying the present moment, living it, feeling it, being aware of it.
For a long time of my life I went at a frantic pace, I was frustrated and suffered if I did not get things on time and my impatience affected many people.
Enjoying what you do and dedicating the time you deserve will make you happier, it is in your power to do so.
Xavier Torres Tarlowski, graphic designer of The Perfect Son, is the architect of redesigning emoticons with the soul of our logo
THE HISTORY OF EMOTICONS
The term emoticon comes from joining the words emotion and icon.
The first emoticon was created by Scott Elliot Fahlman, a scientist from Medina (Ohio), United States, making a joke among physicists, he thought how he could show irony in the written communication and typed the combination 🙂 indicating that you had to twist your head to read it.
His first message was written in a text on September 19, 1982.
They are facial gestures and postures that express moods, at the moment they identify us more than writing words, it is difficult to make a text without putting one, they are fast and say a lot.
When we talk to our people, not only words matter. We also communicate through non-verbal language, that is, through our facial expressions, gestures, body language and tone of voice, we suggest how we feel.
We open our eyes when you are surprised, we look up when something makes you despair, we stick our tongues out if you like something a lot or we stick it out to the center to send us a joke
We use technology more and more, emails. WhatsApp … and many times interpret what we mean in a different way, emoticons help us to better understand.
BE PATIENT YOU WILL BE HAPPIER