“The only thing worse than being blind
is having sight but has no vision!” — Hellen Keller
Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s determination to see what was there in the past that would pave way to something certain in the future.
Man would hope to head towards a certain direction. Naturally, we would tend to feel that we’ve already exerted a lot of effort; we would tend to engage; and persist; and trigger on certain goals — only to find out that we’re doing things the wrong way because there are a lot that we do not see; nor notice; nor consider.
What then should we do for us to clearly see “the WHO that we are now”?
What is it that we are possibly depriving ourselves from which block our sight to clearer vision?
Whose story “affects” your sense of direction?
What is that vision that you have gaze at?
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