When we look at something, we see what we want to see, and that becomes our reality. But in order to really see what we are looking at – that is, to experience it fully – we have to take into account not just what is in our field of view, but the context of it. We have to be willing to let go of our preconceived notions, our biases, and our prejudices in order to experience what we’re looking at. Then, and only then, will we be able to see and understand.
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Teacher. Ham radio operator (KN4RTJ). Pianist. Minimoog noodler. Catholic. AMDG. Dogs, Cats, Doctor Who, & Stranger Things. I look much different in person. Opinions expressed in the Taco are my own. View all posts by Robert W. Oliver