17. I see no neutral things.

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i see no neutral things.

i can not “see” things as neutral.

that means i can not “see” things unbiased, because i can not “see” things completely objective, and because i can not “see” things fully detached from me.

why?

because i can not have thoughts that are completely neutral, unbiased, objective, or fully detached.

thoughts affect what i “see”.

why?

because thoughts occur prior to me “seeing”.

consider that:
i do not see a neutral computer, because my thoughts about the computer are not neutral.

i do not see a neutral car, because my thoughts about the car are not neutral.

i do not see a neutral building, because my thoughts about the building are not neutral.

i do not hear music in a neutral way, because my thoughts about music are not neutral.

i do not hear ideas in a neutral way, because my thoughts about ideas are not neutral.

i do not hear words in a neutral way, because my thoughts about words are not neutral.

difficult reality is that irrespective of what i think (believe) i can not “see” things as really alive or can not “see” things as really joyous.

why?

because i am not fully cognizant of which of my thoughts are actually true and which of my thoughts are actually false.

things, they are.

things, either “seen” (interpreted) correctly or “seen” (interpreted) falsely according to my thoughts.

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