We forget that people don't see the world like we do. We just have our one brain, most of us our two eyes and ears and this one reality and perspective and so we can forget that it's been shaped by others, like our parents, our traditions, our culture, society or best and worst teachers, or peers, our social-economic class and our career path and the people we've met.
A fly sees 164 images where we see one.
So who's right?
Both the fly and you.
You're just not right about the fly's world.
We forget all the time that people don't share our worldview because to us, our way of seeing things is just the norm.
But it leads to a whole lot of pain when we forget this and judgement of ourselves and others due to misunderstandings and it leads to the (unofficial) 7th and biggest sin there is: Presumptions!
Your life, your choice!
This is a daily, micro-blog, taking less than 2 minutes to read, offering you insights into how presumptions, beliefs and stories shape our lives and worldview, for better or worse.