The Gaze of Wisdom


The Gaze Of Wisdom

To understand and differentiate, then decipher, a person has to be fair and impartial. Open Minded. To know, you have to learn and understand what you are looking at, not always settling for calling something what it looks like it is or that you were told it is. 

If you don’t know what it is you are looking at, you can’t make a wise and informed decision. 

How does the way we view things change when we know what something is vs. when we do not know what something is?

How does the way we view things change when we actually think we know what something is and we are wrong?

Interpretation and Perception

How do we know what to believe if we don’t know what something is? How do we learn what it is? 

What do our instincts tell us about our judgements?

Education is meant to provide life skills that give us better judgement to form the right conclusions and make the right choices. 

How many of us forego our education to follow what someone tells us something is vs. what it may actually be?

Is judgement fear or is it fearlessness?

We fear what we do not understand but to be fearless is a very complicated way to handle judgement. 

Our judgement tells us a lot about what we think and live. 

Can something totally unreal appear real? Can something totally real seem unreal?

How do we know?

This woman knows something or at least believes she knows. 

What do you believe she knows?

Pure instinct is stronger than fear and judgement. 

So what happens when judgement is fooled, tricked, disguised or altered?

How do we know?