Monthly Archives: August 2012
We’re laying it bare. Stripping it down. Peeking in on & playing with perspective. In this monthly round up you’ll find the Life Lenses™ blog posts laid bare for the month of August. Get bare, dive in deep and take … Continue reading
This from 9gag.com, is a great example of perspective. What you look for is what you see.
A fun, interactive site, this website allows you to see, in multiple perspectives, the scale of the universe. Don’t forget to scroll in & out to change your perspective & click to find out more about an object. Scrolling out … Continue reading
Here’s a brain teaser for you. Why, other than from an environmental perspective, would you need to be concerned about spitting or dropping garbage on the ground? How would it be possible for you to get your hands dirty from … Continue reading
“A robotic hand designed by scientists at the University of Tokyo, Japan, will beat a person at rock-paper-scissors every single time, says The Daily Telegraph. “Rather than any magic or mathematical algorithm, the robotic hand in fact cheats its way … Continue reading
*Micky via Compfight The superficiality of the American is the result of his hustling. It needs leisure to think things out; it needs leisure to mature. People in a hurry cannot think, cannot grow. ~ Eric Hoffer (American social writer, … Continue reading
This image is from 999,999,999 people. I love it. It speaks to hope, perseverance, balance, faith, seeing the big picture, glass 1/2 full kind of thinking. All in all a wonderful perspective.
Wise words from the wise & adorable Fred Rogers. What do you think of when you think of play? A Mountain Life Lens™ might think of the big picture / how to relax on the whole, while a Carrot Life … Continue reading
This image, from Mike Rilstone’s facebook page, is a great, visual reminder of the unwitting chains that can bind our thinking. Of the assumptions we can unknowingly make. Of perspectives that can blind instead of illuminate. What assumptions are you … Continue reading