The challenges of gazing @ S-P-A-C-E — not into it!

Anais Nin once said: “We do not see things as they are; we see them as we are.”

We see things as we were taught and unless somebody shows us a different angle we most probably will miss it!
The best example for me is the following picture.
What do YOU see — the Old Lady or the Young Woman?

(Description at the end of today’s blog)

My ability to see where and how things can be improved is often perceived as a threat!

“There comes this German Lady and points out what I’ve done wrong…..”

It’s not about THAT! Not at all! I only look at things from a different angle and it has nothing to do with right or wrong!
The Lord has given all of us very different talents!
And “seeing S-P-A-C-E” is my own, very unique, God given talent for which I’m very grateful for!

Let me take you on an exciting journey and teach you how to see the “Young Woman”!

Reading the previous paragraph do you perceive me as a “liar”? 🙂 🙂 🙂

Now that I’ve given you the word you most probably will see the word. What else do you see? It stares into your “face”- doesn’t it? 🙂

On you’ll find many more mind-boggling examples which open our minds and make us think.

Enjoy them and be open-minded when I come along to look at your S-P-A-C-E and have fun!

The Old Lady’s eye is the Young Woman’s ear. The beak of the Old Lady’s nose is the Young Woman’s profile. The Young Woman’s necklace is the Old Lady’s mouth.