Monday, August 24, 2015

So many questions behind your eyes

As comforting as it is to see through a cozy ideological prism that begs no alternative, it’s useful to have our worldviews shattered from time to time. 

I’ll never forget the first day I tried out contact lenses. My friends and I were at a baseball game, and for the first time in my life, I could actually see everything clearly. It was breathtaking. The scoreboards and the advertisements and the players and the nachos suddenly snapped into focus. 

And I remember saying to my friend, wow, so this is what it’s like to really see. Mesmerizing. 

Everybody has these profound crystalizing moments. When we don’t believe something like we used to. When an understanding of something for us dies. These moments change us. They challenge us. And they charge us to look at the world with new eyes from that moment forward. 

Because whenever one of our beliefs outlives its usefulness, whenever we unlock another piece of our vision of how the world really is, there’s always that split second of humility and curiously when we think to ourselves, huh, I wonder what else I might be wrong about? I wonder what else I might be seeing incompletely? 

Let me heal your eyes. Get yourself some new lenses and see what you see. You may never be the same again. 

Are you relentlessly pursuing the visions that possess you?

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