"Although the world
is full of suffering,
it is full also of
the overcoming of it."
-- Helen Keller
[Classic post from 4-25-17]
There is a popular phrase that says, what you see is what you get. So, we might think that as we see something that everyone will see what we see. There it is for all to see, right? Simple.
But, it is not so simple. It is less what we see and more what we bring to what we see that dictates what we see. One person might see suffering, and another someone on the journey of wholeness, expansion, growth, gaining in strength, adding more wisdom. Those two people each bring something different to the scene that they view.
I like how Abraham, Esther Hicks explains this: "There are as many different worlds as there are perceivers or Beings or individuals. You are not here to create one world where everyone is the same, wanting and getting the same. You are here to be that which you want to be, while you allow all others to be that which they want to be."
That last line could be stated this way: "You are here to see that which you want to see, while you allow all others to see that which they want to see."
Seeing Is Believing? I Think It Is More Likely This: Believing Is Seeing.
Spread Some Joy Today--as you enjoy your own unique perspective of what you see today. I hope it is a delightful view.