Most of us, we are sure we can see everything. We are sure we see the world exactly the way it is.
We make decisions based on what we see. And our decisions and actions take us to live the life we live.
Most of us live a life of quiet desperation. It was true at the time of Henry David Thoreau, and it is true now.
We don’t even know why we see something that isn’t there, and why we don’t see things that are there… But ultimately we clearly make decisions, act from faulty data, faulty information. Garbage in/Garbage out. Continue reading “Do You Think You Can Tell WHAT You See? Accurately?”