On seeing, sensing …

December 28, 2009

‘We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.’ (Anaïs Nin). Just tried rewording it for the other senses and it seems to make sense there, too. Sensing.

One Response to “On seeing, sensing …”

  1. Elena Ganeva Says:

    …and we fall into our own illusions. Once the illusions’ dust lifts we are surprised… sometimes the dust can stay more or less thicker for quite long like a fog that does not let us see far, making us drive more slowly and carefully through our life.

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