Monday, September 29, 2014
99.9% of the time we only see what people want us to see. Many present an image of perfection and some of us fall for it. We use their relationships as a yard stick by which all others should be measured. But do we really ever know what we think we know? The fact of the matter is that complexities become such because of their dept. It is impossible to see the bottom of the ocean by looking at the surface. All that we see is water. But we don't see what lives deep inside of that body of water. Relationships are the same. We cannot judge the depth by just looking at the surface.