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What do you see?

These images look exactly the same to me.

Zero difference.

I am told by many others that my perspective is not consistent with what others see.

You see, pun intended, I am color blind.

It is a blessing and a curse.

It is such a reminder to me of how I am limited to perceive all that is possible.

I have to trust that what others see is there even though I can’t see it.

I would swear I am seeing reality, yet apparently I am limited to fully comprehend what is.

It is such a weird feeling.

The inefficiency helps me accept that there are other realms, realities and even beings beyond my ability to imagine.

I can’t even imagine what you are seeing.

Would you believe my limitations give me strong reason to believe God exist?

Just because I can’t see him, doesn’t mean he isn’t there.

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