Saturday, February 1, 2020

1. The Art of Perspective

For some of us, our perspective is the most valuable thing we have. I don't know if the way I see the world is right, but I do know it's see the world is beautiful.


Seeing patterns inside the nuances of human connection is beautiful. Seeing the vivid causality of intention and action; as it meets execution and interpretation; and morphs into a relationship and then, slowly, wonderfully, awkwardly becomes love. To me, that is beautiful.



Had it not been for the way I was taught to enjoy life, surely the overwhelming moments of despair I have felt would have been enough to tear me from this world with little regard. 




But early on, I was given the gift of a seer. The gift to see. I have no interest in discerning the degree of prophecy or magic in this gift, it is one all humans have the ability to acquire. It's life-giving brilliance lies in it's simplicity. Somewhere along the way, I was taught to see the awe-inspiring force within all things. It is this intricate subtle inclination to perceive such wonder, which has saved me from making a permanent home for myself on the dried up riverbanks of desolation and hopelessness. 


It is one of those mystic but intentional actions wherein the more it is done, the more natural it becomes, until finally you are able to take the breeze, dispose of its "chill" and drink its sweetness. The greatest gift I could ever give you artistically, is describing the way I see things. My soulosophy,






Generally people DO things differently, because they SEE things differently.
Today we have forgotten how to have a conversation about the way someone else sees
things. We are locked in to our view, our vision, and when entering a “conversation” we 
are thrilled at being given the opportunity to voice 
our
 beliefs. It seems as though, 
despite the amount we are “expressing” ourselves and our opinions online, as a society,
most people still feel unheard? How is that? This is attested by the fact that when you 
sit with most people today, in person, they drain out their unheard insides, as if they 
have not been heard by another human soul in ages.
What we have now adopted as “sharing” is the furthest thing from what the experience 
of what “sharing” truly is. Part of that experience is based on a human 
exchange
 of 
thoughts, energy, action, and play. Now some might say the comment section beneath 
a post is example of such “exchange”
Generally people DO things differently, because they SEE things differently.
Today we have forgotten how to have a conversation about the way someone else sees
things. We are locked in to our view, our vision, and when entering a “conversation” we 
are thrilled at being given the opportunity to voice 
our
 beliefs. It seems as though, 
despite the amount we are “expressing” ourselves and our opinions online, as a society,
most people still feel unheard? How is that? This is attested by the fact that when you 
sit with most people today, in person, they drain out their unheard insides, as if they 
have not been heard by another human soul in ages.
What we have now adopted as “sharing” is the furthest thing from what the experience 
of what “sharing” truly is. Part of that experience is based on a human 
exchange
 of 
thoughts, energy, action, and play. Now some might say the comment section beneath 
a post is example of such “exchange”
Generally people DO things differently, because they SEE things differently.
Today we have forgotten how to have a conversation about the way someone else sees
things. We are locked in to our view, our vision, and when entering a “conversation” we 
are thrilled at being given the opportunity to voice 
our
 beliefs. It seems as though, 
despite the amount we are “expressing” ourselves and our opinions online, as a society,
most people still feel unheard? How is that? This is attested by the fact that when you 
sit with most people today, in person, they drain out their unheard insides, as if they 
have not been heard by another human soul in ages.
What we have now adopted as “sharing” is the furthest thing from what the experience 
of what “sharing” truly is. Part of that experience is based on a human 
exchange
 of 
thoughts, energy, action, and play. Now some might say the comment section beneath 
a post is example of such “exchange”

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