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She always had a way with words, and I looked up to her for that. She spoke in a poetic fashion, as she explained “Life is like a prism, what you see depends on how you turn the glass. A prism has the ability to scatter light into a dispersive refraction of colours, in infinite permutations. Just like a prism, one’s perception on life has endless possibilities -- it just depends on how you choose to look at it”.

It was her who provoked a string of thoughts -- Is the grass always greener on the other side? Are what’s right and wrong written in black and white? Is the glass half empty or half full?

Then, I came to realise that the lens we see the world out of is what frames our stories, and that we are not defined by one viewpoint. She urged me to step out of my comfort zone, and open up to different points of view, “Abandon preconceptions about what “should” and “shouldn’t” be, consider the possibilities of multiple realities, reframe your memories, attributes and experiences, and realise that you may be living a different story”.

As I began to gain clarity, she rationalised, “It is all a matter of perspective”.




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She always had a way with words, and I looked up to her for that. She spoke in a poetic fashion, as she explained “Life is like a prism, what you see depends on how you turn the glass. A prism has the ability to scatter light into a dispersive refraction of colours, in infinite permutations. Just like a prism, one’s perception on life has endless possibilities -- it just depends on how you choose to look at it”.

It was her who provoked a string of thoughts -- Is the grass always greener on the other side? Are what’s right and wrong written in black and white? Is the glass half empty or half full?

Then, I came to realise that the lens we see the world out of is what frames our stories, and that we are not defined by one viewpoint. She urged me to step out of my comfort zone, and open up to different points of view, “Abandon preconceptions about what “should” and “shouldn’t” be, consider the possibilities of multiple realities, reframe your memories, attributes and experiences, and realise that you may be living a different story”.

As I began to gain clarity, she rationalised, “It is all a matter of perspective”.

 
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