posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 08:18 AM
Who would believe a blind man who says he could see?
How much do we really see? Why do we live life by feeling if we think we can see? Doesn't a blind person feel around because they can't see?
Take for example beauty. Beauty is immaterial yet we try to put a material image to it. We can't really understand beauty itself because we can't
see it for what it is. We can see what we think it might be but usually it is just a material object. Beauty has to be felt because we can't see it
literally. Everything in life has to be felt because we really can't see anything.
I'm not talking about physical eye sight, although what we see is still just an image in our brain. I'm talking about seeing as understanding of
what cannot be seen within our consciousness or awareness.
I know people think they know a lot and some even think they have absolute truth but there is more evidence to show that humans really don't know
much at all about anything. We are blind sheep at the moment, trying to find our way by feeling.
Disclaimer: This is not absolute truth, just my opinion.