Source: Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain On August 2, Justin Bieber, at the zenith of his career and on top of the Billboard charts, made a stream of consciousness announcement on Instagram explaining to his millions of followers why he needed to take a break from performing and abruptly cancel the remaining dates of his world tour. In a refreshingly candid Instagram message, Bieber admitted that his grammar isn’t perfect, and neither is he: “I want my career to be sustainable, but I also want my mind, heart, and soul to be sustainable…This message is just an opportunity for you to know my heart, I’m not expecting anyone to understand. but I do want people to have an opportunity to know where I am coming from! THIS MESSAGE IS VERY GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT BUT ITS FROM THE HEART. I THINK THERES SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT IMPERFECTIONS!! [sic]” Bieber is right, because letting your guard down and showing your imperfections actually increases attractiveness. Social psychologists call this phenomenon the “Pratfall Effect,” which posits that when highly-competent individuals commit a blunder or goof, onlookers perceive the individual to be more attractive and relatable. Any of Bieber’s fans who appreciate the concept of wabi-sabi are probably applauding him… Read full this story
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