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Thursday, March 03, 2005

To see if something is possible is trying to imagine it in our mind's eye.

Most people live with a bag over their head.
They treat sight as a convenient method of avoiding bumping into things or watching television.

Another symptom of bagged head is fixed view.
Most people's lives are like sitting facing forwards on a train where everything rushes past in a blur, instead of sitting with their back to the engine in visual comfort to let the landscape scroll by.

Looking is giving direction to one's sight.
Most of us, faced with a scene, look at it rather than look into it.
What you see and what you notice aren't the same thing.
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