What Perception of The World Do You Live By?

Seeing the world through your eyes and others

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How do you view the world? What is your perception of how it is evolving?  Do you believe everything you hear online?  

These are the questions we should be asking ourselves in order to develop.  Are we heading for disaster or peace?  

Some of us live in the confines of our homes and some of us our there for the world to see.  And others live online – showing the world how they live day to day.  However you choose to live, the existence of you is your perception.  

“The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those who have not viewed the world” – Alex Humberboldt.  

It is most likely going to end somewhere right?  everything has to end.  Religious belief tells us this, through scriptures, through sayings and through the prophets.  It isn’t necessarily about who screams the loudest, but how each of us absorb this information from each avenue and decide to settle on what feels right.  Most of the time.   

Ideally, we would like there to be some judgment at least, for those who have been mistreated.  Surely this can’t be the final destination.  

Our world changes every second, let alone every minute.  The constant change brings good news and sometimes bad news.  But how each of us perceive this change will primarily become our environment we live in.  

To summarize, our environment plays an important factor of how we live as human beings.  It can also become a safe haven for our children.  Exposure to Phones, TV and the media  can affect how we see the world but it can also keep us updated on what is happening, as long as it is true to the events.  

Your world.  Your choice.  It can be a positive view – or a negative view.  The positive view can change the way you live – positivity sparks good change, better life views, life goals and encourages goodness and peace which is what we need.  

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