The space between our ears, where what we know or think we know, contrasts the reality of what we should see.
For some people, mental chatter precedes vision. The ignorant always risk being blindsided. They are the opposite of a child, turning a blind eye to the openness that foments growth.
As adults, we stop asking ‘why’ at the most fundamental level. We refuse to sacrifice the comfort of hardened beliefs even if they turn out to be lies.
If reality is unexciting and too sober, that’s also why it works. It keeps us grounded in the facts.
Truth lies beyond the blind spots. Exploration and exposure to challenging questions are the way.
Curiosity helps convert people into life-long tourists.
We don’t always hear and see what we want. The space between our ears which encompasses the head and brain shell could do for perspective and better listening.