Imperative observations.




When communicating, know what the truth is, and amplify its existence.

Pondering what to eat =as we must! Courtesy of Google "free to use images".

Pondering what to eat =as we must!
Courtesy of Google “free to use images”.

The whole picture with regard to our sensory receptors seems not to be as exclusive as individualized experiences. Generally speaking there seems to be massive accord that does not depend on individual opinion.
It would appear to suggest that there is a form of certainty readily recognizable by the usual function of human sensory receptors.
Everything that is, is in perfect synchronicity, in that everything ages all at the same time.
Everything that is, at any moment in time, has its own share of space, no more no less.
That large commonality of factual knowledge seems to have no active displacement of our experience of reality.
In essence our experience of our reality must be a consciousness act of unification of the whole.Our sensory receptors act in concert with others to provide us with a stabilized reality.
Our curiously sensitive sensory receptors are curious because our species generally accept an extraordinary equality of experience. We recognize in common, schools, universities, hospitals, cities, in fact the continual evolution of this planet’s history, including wars, crime, corruption.
Recognition that belies experimental science of our sensory receptors.

About Bridie.

Born in Govan Glasgow 1927. Those were the days.
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1 Response to Imperative observations.

  1. bridie83. says:

    Thank you for your very welcome comment.


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