20. I am determined to see.

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i am determined to see.

i am not being coerced to see. i have chosen to see. by my own volition, i am choosing to be purposeful to see, undaunted by that which i may or may not “see”.

currently, it is difficult for me to know the true difference between pain versus pleasure, and between joy versus sorrow.

vision is the ability to truly see. vision requires my consent, because vision comes through no other way, not compliance, not by coercion, only through consent.

so i am consenting that i want to see truth, to have true vision, to know the difference.

consider that:
when i look at the computer, i consent that i am determined to “see” the computer.
when i look at the car, i consent that i am determined to “see” the car.
when i look at the building, i consent that i am determined to “see” the building.

when i hear music, i consent that i am determined to “see” the music.
when i hear ideas, i consent that i am determined to “see” the ideas.
when i hear words, i consent that i am determined to “see” the words.

when i look at politics, i consent that i am determined to “see” the politics.
when i look at religion, i consent that i am determined to “see” the religion.
when i look at money, i consent that i am determined to “see” the money.

thoughts and sights, they are.

thoughts and sights, that i truly do not understand.

thoughts and sights, that i consent to truly “see” knowing that what i want to “see” is what i will “see”.

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