The way in which you see is what you are seeing.
A dog does not call itself a dog; you call it a dog.
The sky does not call itself the sky; you call it the sky.
Your definition of the thing is what you perceive, not the thing itself.
You cannot perceive anything in and of itself; your impressions interfere with any attempt to do so.
That’s the conundrum.
However, by defining everything that you perceive, this means that you define your reality; your reality doesn’t define you.
You define who you are.
You define who others are.
You define the meaning that is given to all things.
You define everything.
And by defining things differently, you can bend reality.
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