What's missing in this world is some fresh bloody perspective! ~ Anton Ego
Very well. Since you're all out of perspective and no one else seems to have it in this BLOODY TOWN, I'll make you a deal. You provide the food, I'll provide the perspective, which would go nicely with a bottle of Cheval Blanc 1947. - Ratatouille
That's why I respected
Douglas C Adams - he's the one who invented the Infinity Perspective Vortex
Carl Sagan for referring to us as a "Pale Blue Dot".
Richard Bach for saying - "Perspective, use it or lose it - If you turned to this page, you're forgetting that what is going on around you is not reality. Think about that. Remember where you came from, where you're going, and why you created the mess you got yourself into in the first place.
How does one develop this perspective you may very well ask… The only way is to "Open the mind" and "Expand one's consciousness". For this, the power of story may very well hold the key. Whose story? From what perspective? With what end goal in mind? For whose benefit? And where does it all fit into the larger picture of the march of evolution and the goodness of humankind.
Once a story has been loaded into our memory and brought before the lens of our minds, we are required to reflect on it, ponder its truths and follies, accept the good in its eternal message and integrate it in our psyche as we move forward as we learn to fly to greater heights or slam up against our own walls.
To reflect on these stories, we need an expansive place, wide as the cosmos (some call this the chit-akash or mind's SKY) to serve as a workshop where we work out the evolution of our times.
We need "Perpetual Wanderlust" - to see the world in pictures. "perpetual (never ending or changing) wanderlust (a strong desire to travel). A CONSTANT DESIRE TO TRAVEL." ~ An external source
Could a website and the "Healing Ethos" it creates, offer us a place to ponder these questions and have a "Boundless Bonding" with our elements, families, friends, circles, worlds and cosmos…
What if, to this place we invited Lebanese Poets who could implore us with his prayer/meditation that:
Would that I could be the peacemaker in your soul, that I might turn the discord and the rivalry of your elements into oneness and melody. ~ Khalil Gibran
Taking photographs of spaces and places, in an attempt to share with you a moment of silent contemplation and meditation, I Siddharth, along with my friends, offer to you our deepest reflections that we may together develop fresh perspectives and encourage discussion on the issues that burn at the core of our hearts, both as individuals and as a collective.