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Border of Our Sight

We see our surrounding freely if we got a pair of good eyes sight, but poorly when we lost it. But, being honest, our view is so limited that we can not see everything directly. And we put so many things to the extent our sight to a certain degree, and the most tool that humanity has developed to compensate the border of their sight is faith or belief.

When we can not see the work of our teammates, we just say, “let’s have faith in them.” The same way when one can not see God, the one says, “I believe in God.”  Belief is the most potent glasses that we – human – ever invented. A double edge sword, which capable of turning right into wrong and the opposite.


Belief has become a prolongation of the border of our point of view and an extremely most fabulous extension that can make people see beyond his reality.

But I think, for myself, being honest is the most pleasant way, joyful path, and burden-less journey.

Being honest, I think, people should care most about reality, put all his heart into life as they are. Which implies, seeing what he only understands, not beyond it since what beyond it is a belief, non-fact, though.

If one being honest with oneself, sometimes, one shall learn, that eyes aren’t the only instrument that human can use to see the reality.

Yes, the border of our point of view are our particular limitation, but being limited is what human is, being honest of our limit is humble, accepting our actual existence in this world.

But this limit has made all of us capable of one great thing, that is to see the present as they are. Even we can not know the past and the future, but we can at one with our present if we honestly see them as they are.


4 tanggapan untuk “Border of Our Sight”

  1. blogwalking 🙂


  2. I go along with with Mr. Pushandaka (Above)
    no border, no mistery
    border makes you think
    border makes you feel
    border makes fancy



  3. No border, no more mystery. 🙂


  4. Absolutely agree that eyes are not the only instrument, we also use our inner eye to see things.


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