The Enlightenment: Philosophical Series: Vision Part II

I see you.

Dedrick Conway

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Vision is one of our five senses and is essential because our vision and imagination give us a sense of direction, purpose, and progress. Another peculiar aspect of the invention is that even blind people have an idea. The blind can also see that vision regardless of the complications with the naked eye. What do you mean by naked eyes? Naked eyes, in terms of science, mean unassisted vision without specific lenses such as glasses, microscopes, or telescopes. But spiritually, the naked eye means the eyes that only interpret the superficial or the surface. The naked eyes only see things as they appear, nothing less, nothing more. Which is the way it should be. But everything in life is not what it seems once you look closer. Once you begin to decipher facets within the situation, thing, perspective, or object, your naked or born eyes’ vision becomes useless. Why? Because you can only see so much with your naked eyes and only see what’s being given, our naked eyes confine us mentally, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Our eyes only see things in the current state, not through a progression motion. So your vision is limited, and you only concentrate on what is there instead of how it got there, where it has been, and where it’s going. The physical world is apparent, but the things of the physical world hold a divine existence…

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Dedrick Conway

Dedrick C. is a serial entrepreneur, indie author, ghostwriter, and artist expressing his perspectives through evocative literary artistry. Top writer in Art!