You cannot see what I see, because you see what you see. Every person sees the world entirely differently, and the lenses we have gathered over our lifetime are what cause us to look at the same world in extremely diverse ways.
Every experience, every day, every hurt, every bit of bliss, they all add yet another lense to our eyes causing the way we see reality to slightly alter as a result. Every person you meet holds an entirely different set of lenses, and this causes the idea that we are all disconnected from one another, but in reality, when you remove all of the lenses, we are the same deep down..
Consider this when in a disagreement or in any conversation. Because when we assume others know our point of view, we could be looking at the same picture in entirely different ways & be misunderstood, or when our points of views differ, we need to try to understand the experiences that have caused us to think differently rather than letting it cause anger or discomfort towards one another. Now is the time to argue less & seek to understand one another more instead.
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