I was wearing Tigerwood ‘90 today, and got a comment from a guy working at Dairy Queen, you would probably describe him as someone with either learning disabilities or slight developmental issues. He asked me if I was wearing cologne, said it was really different, and when I described it to him, he asked is it expensive? Which made me feel sort of bad and maybe I’ll remember to stop back over and give him a couple samples. But it made me think once again of something I feel like I’ve noticed, and that obviously oud is something that evokes strong opinion from people, whether positive or negative. And I feel like in my experience, the people who are more likely to appreciate it, seem to be closer to fitrah in their personality. For those of you who are not Arabic speakers, that means the natural state of a created being, children, animals are on fitrah because they they haven’t become polluted by some of the negative influences of the world. But some adults maintain an existence that’s pretty close to it as well; They would tend to be people in a state of obedience to God, not actively engaging in any major sins, who are probably somewhat simple, unlikely to be lured in by the glitz and glamour of worldly life... Has anyone else noticed this, or is this just a coincidence from my own personal experience?