Deeper Perception Made Practical

Washington Post Published Today

Washington Post Published today. Yes, today! My latest Letter to the Editor appeared in print.

And yes, I’m grateful. If only they could interview me on the rest of the info. Because there’s so much more that I could provide on that topic.

At least you Blog-Buddies can learn about it now.

Washington Post Published? Today That Requires Exclusively Writing about Shallow Perception

So here’s the story. A highlight of my daily newspaper read is the Op-Ed section. Fabulous prose stylists, like Eugene Robinson, E.J. Dionne, and Dana Milbank write opinion pieces. These I gobble up faster than my morning coffee!

Also, sometimes other writers contribute, writers I don’t like so much. Recently one absolutely enraged me with the six words below that I’ll put in bold type.

Picture it. One minute, breakfast. Six words later… I’m like the drag racer going 0-60 mph. After that, I dropped everything to write a Letter to the Editor. And I very much appreciate that editorial staff members selected it.

Today my two little paragraphs appeared, under the headline “Stunningly Dismissive.” (Search on “Rose Rosetree” and you’ll find it fast at the Post link provided. Or you can simply read it below.)

Of course, writing to a newspaper editor, how did I make my point? By making an argument about objective reality. Shallow perception! Useful for so many things.

But especially useful when supplemented by… Deeper Perception.

Here’s What the Washington Post Published

Stunningly dismissive

What stunning language to describe a U.S presidential candidate who won the popular vote by nearly 3 million votes in the 2016 election, a candidate who is among the best-qualified nominees ever for U.S. president. According to a throwaway comment from Ian Birrell, a British political speechwriter who gave his opinions on Brexit and Trump in his Feb. 19 Tuesday Opinion essay, former first lady, senator and secretary of state Hillary Clinton is “a Democrat who epitomized Washington cronyism” [“Which is worse: Brexit or Trump?”].

Has Birrell been listening to fake news? Perhaps he has never heard about Russian influence in the election. There must be some explanation. Birrell’s words were insulting, unjustified, inaccurate and gratuitously dismissive.

What Do I Wish the Post Also Published about Deeper Perception?

Already an Energetic Literacy columnist for Pathways Magazine, I would love to give Post reporters some interviews. Concerning people in the news. Anybody for whom a photo is available.

Concerning Candidate Clinton, here are three related YouTube videos about Energetic Literacy. 

  1. How I Do Aura Reading Research
  2. Aura Reading Research on Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton
  3. Aura Reading Research on Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

At the time, what was the aura choice between presidential candidates?

Clinton was so awake, spiritually and intellectually… she had made it all the way to the higher state of consciousness. Known as Enlightenment.

While a certain Trumpster… was in extreme spiritual addiction. Out of his head… in a way that I clearly described in that pre-election video.

Your Call to Action

Blog-Buddies, do you read your local newspaper? Do you listen to a news talk radio station, where broadcasters interview guests?

If so, what can you do when a controversial public figure is in the news? Pitch me for an interview.

Since newspapers and radio stations have websites. And those websites contain forms for suggesting a story… or a guest.

Please spread the word. Helping me to do the same!

Meanwhile today’s Letter to the Editor inspires my gratitude. And hope. Decades ago, I did some interviews for the Washington Post. Mostly face reading interviews, but also sometimes aura reading interviews. When will the new cycle of interviews start again? Hey, I’m ready.

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  1. 1
    Ghee Tara says:

    I read your letter in today’s Washington Post and realized you are the author of a book I’ve loved for years by ‘Laura’ Rosetree! I used to like checking faces while riding Metro to work every day.

    Thank you so much for years and years of entertaining observations!

  2. 2

    GHEE, how lovely to hear from you! Yes, I changed my first name several decades ago, but it’s still the same face reader and aura reader.

    Since “I Can Read Your Face,” I’ve published several books on reading faces for talent, adding new discoveries. Maybe you’d like to take a look at “The NEW Power of Face Reading.” And for sure, thank you so much for writing, GHEE.

  3. 3
    Annie Shaw says:

    I was delighted to read your factual, well written response to an article that denigrated Hillary Clinton.

    Your letter was a welcome breath of reasoning when so many voices are raising concerns (fears) of women in leadership.

  4. 4
    Isabella Cates says:

    I don’t routinely read the letters to the editor, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading that whole page.

    And with yours to top it off!

  5. 5
    Isabella Cates says:

    In case you haven’t had the stomach to look at the comments, Rose, I’ll copy and paste one here for you:

    EdDC writes: “To Rose Rosetree: Thanks for saying that. Hillary has been slandered and abused so much that it is hard for the average citizen to see the real person. We missed out on a potentially great leader. And settled for what?”

  6. 6

    Thanks, ISABELLA and ANNIE. Golly, this day has been fascinating.

    Unexpectedly, I learned something about myself. When I spoke with one of my clients today, the subject of this Letter to the Editor came up. Gladys, my client, said that what I wrote was very characteristic of me, because I was defending somebody I cared about. So true. Imagine, a defining characteristic that I never noticed before!

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    Lindsey Lorant says:

    Beautiful to read this today! I subscribe to the Post and it was nice to see another letter to the editor written by you!

    You nailed it, I agree.

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    Brittany says:

    I admire your courage, Rose, standing up for someone you care about….publicly standing up, nonetheless.

    This is, by far, one character trait that is hard to come by (in my area!) and is a true gem.

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    Lindsey says:

    I hope the Washington Post interviews you again soon. Especially, in regards to the very practical process of reading people deeper that you have developed and trademarked.

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    Lindsey says:

    Just in time for the 2020 presidential race.

    It could be sold to the public as a deeper and more accurate way of profiling potential presidential winners pre-primaries! I’d be interested in an article about each candidate, both the Democrats and Republicans for sure! Nice one! Thank you Rose!

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