Sleight Of Hand

"Perception is
three parts
and one part

~Alexys Fairfield

Nick –   – (6/27/2008 12:28 PM)  

curious, why 3? btw,love your blog

Alexys Fairfield  – (6/27/2008 2:16 PM)  

Three because there are four sides to a square and we can only see one at a time, but that doesn't stop us from guessing what is on the other sides. How can we know without seeing them?

Thanks for dropping by.

Nick –   – (6/28/2008 6:11 AM)  

haha...convincing enough...keep writing ok?

Alexys Fairfield  – (6/28/2008 11:10 AM)  

I was going to give the adage, "There are three sides to every story; yours, mine and the truth." But that would have left me short one. ;D

Nick –   – (6/29/2008 7:07 AM)  

wow....that, to me, would have been just perfect..haha..nice one

TheHiddenInvestor  – (5/06/2009 3:06 AM)  

Hi ms alexys! Nice blog I stumbled upon! and beautiful words!

The "square" made me think though, I cannot relate to it, other than romantic/poetic license on your part, 'cause material perception may actually pertain to three dimensional objects, in this case, the cube. Which guesswork and "reality" will have to be 50/50. Just a thought. Goodday!

Alexys Fairfield  – (5/06/2009 8:53 AM)  

Hi Hidden Investor,

You bring up a very good point. The cube is very dimensional, but even that is limited when it comes to real perception. Perception is not contained within boundaries.

Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

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