Saturday, December 19, 2009

Deeperer Vision: Mobile Affixation

This Deeper Vision is a truly wonderful discovery. Ever since I’ve started practicing it, I’m learning new things every day.

Last Tuesday, driving dreamily along between thither and yon I spotted a very unfortunate person. He meandered across my vision encased in a purple Zen that seemed either to have a mind of its own or a broken steering. A closer look and a quick application of Deeper Vision soon revealed why the car was being driven so driftily:

Monday, December 14, 2009

Deeper Vision: Green Park Market

If you pause a while and see it the way I do, you’ll realize that in most cases the problem is in the way we see things. And it’s not the half-empty-or-half-full kind of thing I’m referring to. I’m talking about feeling disappointed that your pet giraffe isn’t growing any higher than two foot two, when all along he’s just been a tall yellow dog. I mean, didn’t the barking give you a clue?

Most problems are just problems of recognition.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Discriminatory Dhakkan

In a fictional survey not conducted by anyone, 93.2% of umbrella users revealed that they used umbrellas to protect themselves from the rain and/or the heat of the sun. (2% used his umbrella primarily as a proxy golf club and 4.8% declined to comment.) All of these 93.2% people then went on to confirm that they indulged in these climate-countering activities completely voluntarily. Rain down, umbrella up – that simple.