It has been a belief of mine that you see the world the way you want to see it. I have a little story that I keep repeating to myself about this
perspective and it goes something like this:
- An Artist enters a thick jungle, he says wow, look at the beautiful lavishing colors, look at the beautiful shades, and the blend of colors, how
perfect, how wonderful the lighting.
- An Engineer enters a thick jungle, he says wow, look at the magnificent structures which are trees, a powerful structure standing upright refusing
to bow down to gravity.
- A Programmer enters a thick jungle, he says wow, look at the magnificent programming, looks at the tree branches and wonders what pseudo random
formula has been used, what language has been used. He is inspired.
- A Dancer enters a thick jungle, he says wow, look at the magnificent motion of the tree branches, how the trees are flowing with the wind, how a
falling leaf sways like a belly dancer left to right.
At this point I think you understand what I'm trying to push across, now for a test, you can test what you see:
In the above image, there is an invisible person, first time I saw the image, I didn't see the invisible person, but when you see it, there's
nowhere for him to hide, your eyes won't trick you again. You see what you want to see, even though you can see him, you can't.
There is something seriously wrong with the above image, once again, you see what you want to see, I, like most men will probably see something very
This image is very tricky, look at the black dot, keep looking at it until the time change, then see what you want to see. Tell us what you see, I
clearly saw a multi colored image, but I was fooled. This is a very important experiment, it shows how your brain and your eye sight operate, you will
I have been wondering what reality truly is, or does everyone have their own version of reality, or their own making of it. It bothers me that we
still haven't come to a conclusive conclusion after so much elaboration of our surroundings.