Noticing things 


Photo by Wells Baum
It’s difficult to notice things when we’ve seen them a thousand times. So we walk the same path, use the same apps and listen to the same music, without noticing the notes in between. 

We become accustomed to our habits and surroundings we do things on automatic.

Everyone’s got an eye for something. The difference is in how we compel ourselves to see.

Let’s take up the observational challenge to travel in our own backyard to take notes, snap pictures, and try to get unfamiliar with fresh eyes. 

In making the banal interesting, we can live more inspired lives.



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