16 Jun Knife-Fork-Spoon
At whatever we look, we see ourselves; especially that with which we most closely identify. In that light, are you a knife, fork, or spoon?
People who identify as knives tend to view the world as bigger than themselves; a world which needs to be cut to a smaller size to make it digestible. They see only one way of doing things as knives can be safely held from only one side.
Forks are people who look to identify simple opportunities to enrich themselves. Most businesspeople identify as forks.
Spoons look like the human form. They are gentle, cupping their food. Moreover, they are relatively friendly as they can safely be held from either side.
Alternatively, there are chopsticks. Chopsticks can be invariably held by one side or the other; that is, we treat others as we do ourselves. People who identify as chopsticks view life as not viable when lived independently (one chopstick), but easy when we work in tandem with others.