” Here’s what Turing reflects on : “How is that different from talking? When people talk to each other, they never say what they mean. They say something else. And you’re supposed to just know what they mean. Only, I never do.”
By trying to be as true as possible when I communicate makes me avoid double meaning when I really want something. Be straight to the point sometimes requires courage, but it’s worth it, as for me it brings happy things.
2. Alan Turing says as well:
« Do you know why people like violence? It is because it feels good. Humans find violence deeply satisfying. But remove the satisfaction, and the act becomes… hollow. »
I used to be angry at others, and then at myself in the past. And found satisfaction in judging myself and others. I understood that this sort of violence was here because I could not identify what was bothering me or aware I could look at it at a different angle. For me, translating anger into needs and accept or recognise them helps me live a happier life.
3.This is my favorite. Joan Clarke:
« Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine »
Just because no one expect you to do something because no one did it before, it can’t be done by .. You !! I am learning every day to never under estimate myself because I am my worst bully ! No one else but me is living my life and therefore, I am the one holding the key of happiness. It often takes patience, perseverance and had to learn on how to listen to intuition.
And you, your takes on this movie?
Maybe you saw and understood things differently?
I’d be happy to read your comments!