Definitions: (1) one who pays strict attention to or for an outward sign; keenly watchful; (2) a narrowing of focus <to hone in on an objective or discover something new>; perceptive; (3) quick to notice or pick out anomalies; alert; (4) conforming to law, custom, religion, or ritual

How to Live This Quality Today: Use your peripheral vision.

Comment: The only way we can know what’s going on inside other people is to see what they say and do outside themselves, the decisions they manifest by the actions they take.

Suggestion: Pay attention to the rules of the road. This is something we can all cooperate on.

Fictional Figure: Sherlock Holmes, famous fictional detective, had incredible powers of observation and deductive reasoning. — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) Scottish Physician and Writer