Perception

March 28th, 2006

Perception is a struggle between us and reality. Often this battle between us and reality arises when the perceptile and our vector of perspective are incompatible, or when two or more perceptiles cannot be accepted simultaneously into the psychological field without altering one or the other, or one’s vector of perspective itself. It is like seeing an act through a cameraman’s viewfinder.

We seldom know what is reality beyond the edge of the frame. From a point in confinement, it is only better vision that will widen the perspective and ease the struggle. Visions are not real, but manifestations of reality, just like complex numbers. It is in pursuit of a vision, that we cross the realms of reality and proceed towards realizing the scope of innovation.

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