Words are a powerful thing for us, but it is quite interesting to consider how they come to be our primary form of communications.
For those reading this article in English, please consider the rudimentary fact that all of our words, all of our grandiose and eloquent ideas, are derived from a simple set of 26 letters (not including those numbers and punctuation marks we love so dear)
This isn’t about how to be interesting, or even about the interesting people that I’ve met. Instead, it is about the qualities that I perceive to make someone’s words or actions just pop a little more than your average Joe.
So, a simple list of qualities I think this Most Interesting Man in The World should have:
- Sharp Eyes
- A Mouth
- Good Memory
- Good Brain
…and yeah, that is about it! A shorter list than what even I expected, but really, those are the only features that I believe make someone interesting.
Let’s explain this, shall we?