Try-angular approaches give us a dimensional awareness.
The second eye gives us depth and perspective as the third projector in the brain turns it upside down.
As a furniture designer I learned that tripods are the most stable bet for adaptability.
As an observer of thought development (a parent), healthy hygiene depends on information as instructive examples and responsibility development suggested as a choice.
In learning the life experience the care-giving dynamic recognizes role playing reflexes to base our responses with proper respect.
I was just introduced to Karplan's Triangle by the director of Family Caregiver Alliance.