It Is Not What We Look At. Gena Says.
It is not what we look at but how we see what we are looking at, for instance, depending on where we reside rain could be a nuisance or a blessing. How we perceive things depends on so much, where we live, what our history contains, our personal beliefs and acceptance as much as our expectation. How we look at the world is defined by our ideas, our hopes and our dreams. It is never how we see things it is always how we react to what comes before us and how we look to move forward through the trials of life bringing us to where we must be, which is in the NOW.