After many years of absence, I was finally able to return to the capital of the USA. A very dear place to me since I lived and studied there for some years.
A very impressive place with its white buildings and monuments, I was so excited to go and see how things were there now. And yes, that was a big thing in my mind because, how would that place look to my eyes now?
Would the same people be still around? Would I find my friends and classmates living their lives as usual? What would be different nowadays? Would I like the changes? Continue reading →
We are taught to trust our senses to recognise our reality. We believe in what we can “touch”, “Seeing is believing” and so forth.
It is logical to take as “real” those things that our five senses can perceive. Our senses were designed for that purpose, right?
Well as a child I loved to play those games in magazines and books where drawings could hide different shapes and only focusing your mind in certain areas of the illustration you could find more “hidden” shapes. Continue reading →