“The most dangerous untruths are truths slightly distorted.” ~Georg C. Lichtenburg
We usually see things the way we want to see them, not always as they are.
We focus on what is important to us and lose the details.
How often do we complain things are not as they seem?
Then there are times we blow things out of proportion.
We make things brighter, bigger, and more important than they really are.
We concentrate on things that don’t really matter in the big picture.
Again we see what we want to see.
Learning to see things through a different perspective prevents us from distorting our vision.
We need to take the time to take a second look.