Seeing is Believing (Most of the Time)

Seeing is believing. Yes, but NOT always.

Here is an example. Take a look at this static image. Does not look static, does it?

How about this one?

And, what about this one?

My analysis of the last image is that it was deliberately created to mislead you. How? By simply making the guy sitting on the couch to wear a girl’s pants.

Now, let me get to the point. We can convert this disadvantage into an advantage

The limits that you think you have are generally illusions. They are that way because you just see and acknowledge them. What if you stop seeing those limits? What would life look like?

Rather than answering this question, I present to you a super inspiring TED talk by Caroline Casey

Here it is:

Have a great day!

Hat Tip: Karthik Sundaram for sharing the last photo