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Shades of the spectrum

January 31, 2015

Violet ain’t indigo, neither is blue green. Yellow and orange are worlds apart from red, though they all are contained in white. It is easy to miss the specialty of each shade when the transition is more seamless. However the message contained at each point of the spectrum is something its own and must be grasped for just that (the resonance of that shade). Sometimes an atheist gets the full advantage of an objective world while a theist, the subjective. Now don’t get me wrong, the two ends of this spectrum are not the theist and atheist, but objectivity and subjectivity. You might live on one end and merely theorize about the other. But if the spectrum is one, you must have scope to live and thrive at every point. Pace the spectrum. Discover the space. Else you can’t use it.


From → observation

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