You See What You See or what you think you see LisaOnTheGo Blog 

You See What You See or what you think you see LisaOnTheGo Blog

You See What You See or what you think you see LisaOnTheGo Blog
You See What You See or what you think you see LisaOnTheGo Blog

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You See What You See or what you think you see LisaOnTheGo Blog. Mr. Tucker (dog) loves the car, however, it is annoying taking Mr. Tucker in the car. Why? Because he could bark loudly at what he sees or thinks he sees. Mr. Tucker’s car ride is teaching LisaOnTheGo that we see what we see or what we think we see. Mr. Tucker could be looking at the window and he sees a person walking their dog. Mr. Tucker gets so excited he starts barking, talking and jumping around loudly, and yes annoying.

Mr. Tucker is the epiphany in what you see is what you think you see. We could also be driving along like this morning and he is looking at the window at where he wants to look. LisaOnTheGo sees a person and a dog walking and she says in her mind here we go. Mr.Tucker is going to start barking, jumping around and being obnoxious. We approach and past this person and dog and, wow, Mr. Tucker has no reaction. What? Really? He is looking at the window, you could see his eyes looking at the surroundings and he is looking in the direction of the person and dog and does not see them.

Mr. Tucker only sees what he sees or what he thinks he sees

This has LisaOnTheGo contemplating what she thinks she sees in a day of living. She thinks she sees things that she interprets to be the truth, however, are we so narrow-minded? Are we like Mr. Tucker riding in the car and see what we think we see? Do we think we are so right in our thinking because we see what we see? What do we miss? What are we not seeing?

An aahh moment for LisaOnTheGo, she thinks she is so right and now saying to herself, oh my, what did she not see? Her mind, her ego mind is on the merry-go-round, trying to rationalize this, showing her all the points at how she is right, replaying her thoughts and yet she knows this is not the answer to anything because she is seeing or what she thinks she is seeing and not knowing what she is missing.

The truth is to be quiet, quiet the mind because it doesn’t know to be still and listen to your inner voice, the heart voice. This is the truth for her thinking what she saw or even seeing it. It is learning that she is seeing what she thinks she saw and what resonates with her. To recognize, understand and contemplate like Mr. Tucker we don’t see the whole picture.

It doesn’t matter whether we see or not see; it matters on what we do with the information; the choices that will give us peace, point us in a direction that is healthy and good for us; getting off that merry-go-round.

It's learning to stop making judgments or interpretations because we don't see everything. Mr. Tucker is looking out the window in the direction of the dog and person and doesn't see them. How much as people do we miss in a moment?

In conclusion, we see what we see and that is what we think we see and to understand we don't see it all at every moment.

Have a great day.

Love, Laughter & Peace, LisaOnTheGo

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