दृष्टिभ्रम/ Illusion

मैं ने उसे देखा
उसने भी उसे देखा
पर जो मैं ने देखा
उसने नहीं देखा
और जो उसने देखा
मैं ने नहीं देखा
परेशान हैं हम दोनों
किसने क्या देखा…


I saw it
he too saw it
but he didn’t see
what I saw
and what he saw
I couldn’t see
we both are worried
who saw what…

–Kaushal Kishore

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  1. Thank you, Kaushal, for making me laugh at your seemingly simple and witty truth, but in fact a fundamental reality; we don’t see the same way what we see. Take an apple as
    an example: Issac Newton saw in an apple the gravity, others only a fruit. I could talk about an apple for a long time, its color, scent shape, taste, the multitude of varieties, and more…


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    1. Thank you, Joanna for value addition. You’re right, perspectives are different. Thoughts and ideas vary from person to person. That’s why we now go for brainstorming session to arrive at a collaborative and ideal approach. Like Newton and his apple, Archimedes also got his Eureka moment while taking bath, others do it as a routine.

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    1. You’re so true, and it’s true with most of us, as our perceptions differ from person to person. Thank you, Cindy for sharing these beautiful thoughts. 💖💐🌹

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