Lipton’s Journal/January 31, 1955/327

From Project Mailer

The voice of radio and recordings. It is a commonplace to say that the ear selects sounds, and it is almost as common to recognize that we select those sounds we wish to hear. The S is the inhibitor on the ear, and the reason “takers” are invariably more sensitive listeners than “givers” is that takers accept S more than givers—therefore they can afford to “hear” more. Freud, one of the great givers, could never enjoy music. That is, takers are so oriented that their sensitivity is used to support S forces. Givers give to support S forces.