Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Do you see the glass half full or half empty?

I've always thought of myself as a realist, someone who sees the truth and faces reality head on. I don't try to sugar coat things or hold false hope for things that cannot be. But this is one thing I've learned, REALITY is all about perspective.

Like the glass of water in the picture, what is it that you see? You reality is what you perceive it to be. Everything in life is about relativity and perception. Your blindness compared to a typical sighted person is severe, but compared to a completely blind person more than what they can ask for.
Rather than seeing all the things youve "lost", learn to see waht you have gained. It doesn't mean that you will jump up and down for joy thinking you've gained alot, but if you must live life, why frown all the time? Time won't stand still for you to be happy, you need to seize the moment.
That's why I say reality is perception, because SD is a problem because we say it is. It's a gift because we believe it is, or it can be an obstacle if tha's how you want ot define it. By SD is just SD, everything else is our definition and perception of it. Hence by understanding and even altering the defition you put on yourself and SD will help you rediscover a new attitude and perspective on life.
Doesn't make sense to waste time being upset when there are so many other thigns you can be doing and enjoying. Every moment, every emotion, every reaction are all choices. Realize that every choice has a consequence, there's no good or bad, it simply comes down to WHAT IS YOUR REALITY?

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