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November 25, 2012 / Fantelius

The Twisted & The Bent

This picture is an optical illusion. We can imagine that the two objects are having a conversation, but the lamppost is in the foreground and only appears to be as tall as the sculpture quite a distance away in the background. The lamppost isn’t tall enough to reach the twisted center of the sculpture.

We’re all twisted and bent in our own ways. We all have different perspectives. But we’re living beings, not inanimate objects. If we don’t learn to work together despite our differences, we will perish together as one.

 

“If humanity continues to value things more than people,
the future will make humanity a thing of the past.”

Dartwill Aquila

 

(Tomorrow: The State of Language)

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