The people around us provide us with clues about who they are on a daily basis. Take computer screensavers, for example. We are a family with several computers. My twelve year old son, who is very airy by nature, changes the screensaver/wallpaper on his computer 4 or 5 times a week. I am never sure what I will see. It changes randomly. No pattern, no specific reason, it just changes. My oldest son, who is 23, makes changes based on his latest interest or “kick,” as I call it. Since he is passionate about a certain make of car right now, every picture reflects this interest. My computer screensaver doesn’t change all that often, but when it does, it most certainly reflects my inner world and usually has some deep or esoteric meaning to me. Some of those down to earth types never change their screensavers. It is the same and will remain the same, of that you can be sure. I have friends who change theirs depending on what’s “in or new.” If there is a new fad or something especially “artsy,” they are sure to have it. Understanding what energizes and excites those around you is easy, if you just take the time to notice. It doesn’t have to be difficult. You don’t have to have some sophisticated understanding of energy in order to interpret the world. All you need is some time spent in observation.