We are all incredibly different. For me, these diversities help to keep life interesting. I believe that one of our most significant differences to be our human senses. Depending on which scientist you listen to, humans have anywhere from 5 to 20 senses. Some of my research has shown more than 20.

I’ve decided to write a few pieces about vision. More specifically, I’ll be writing about some of the things that I’ve seen. A few of my . . . discernments. Please don’t misunderstand; I’m not trying to make myself out as special in any way. But everybody’s different.

For today, I’ll begin by posting the definition of [vision]. I’ve done a copy and paste.

a: the act or power of seeing: sight

b: the special sense by which the qualities of an object (such as color, luminosity, shape, and size) constituting its appearance are perceived through a process in which light rays entering the eye are transformed by the retina into electrical signals that are transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve

2a: something seen in a dream, trance, or ecstasy especially : a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation

b: a thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination

c: a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial look, not at visions, but realities— Edith Wharton

3a: the act or power of imagination

b(1): mode of seeing or conceiving

(2): unusual discernment or foresight person of vision

c: direct mystical awareness of the supernatural usually in visible form

4a: something seen

b: a lovely or charming sight

Please check back soon for Story #1.

Joseph Shanklin
June 20, 2020

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