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Envision Your Vision for the Visual

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What do you see? How does this look?

We have questions about how and what something looks or look like. Some cannot see it or imagine it nor ever could compare.

We see what we see. Sight is powerful and much more believable than our other senses, it could be used as an advantage. However it is a disadvantage depending on certain situations. Seeing can do justice and injustice.

You see what I am writing. As you see, this is the point. My vision will envision you some shredded light of what I see.


VERB [with object] Imagine as a future possibility; visualize.


NOUN 1. [mass noun] The faculty or state of being able to see. 1.1 The images seen on a television screen; 2. [mass noun] The ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom; 2.1 [count noun] A mental image of what the future will or could be like; 3. An experience of seeing someone or something in a dream or trance, or as a supernatural apparition. 3.1 (often visions) A vivid mental image, especially a fanciful one of the future; 4.A person or sight of unusual beauty.

VERB [with object] rare Imagine


ADJECTIVE Relating to seeing or sight.

NOUN A picture, piece of film, or display used to illustrate or accompany something.

(Source from Oxford Dictionary)

First envision. It is a version of you and what can be anything of you. A goal. A story towards a certain success. A movie in your eyes of your coming expectations and failures. An unfinished novel yet to have an ending.

Without knowing the fact of what we see, its nothing more than an illusion. We must see through it or else we are too reliant on what is in front of us. The eyes can be fooled.

If you visualize yourself in classroom, workplace or a party; you would understand that what we do and what we are looked are are often judged upon. We witness the daily battles of reality. We could anticipate what we might encounter or not. The many obstacles are the assumptions and disapproval of people who are against your vision.

One vision could be fragile as a looking glass. One alone cannot be realized without the proper guidance or the drive to do so.

This weird sense of “monkey see, monkey do” may have the immediate and literal association to what you can do what you see is possible. Following others as if it’s role-modeling, is an impact which I believe is called trend setter. Those who are influenced or shares the vision as you is a fortunate thing. There are allies of whom you could rely and entrust to.

This is my regards to those who are physically blind. People such as Helen Keller and Stevie Wonder are grand examples.They saw possibilities of what we couldn’t imagine for the sake of themselves and perhaps others. The ones who have had lost a major function of their body, did not lose themselves completely. They have gained something else could is remembered to be extraordinary.

The apparitions of the future that holds in one’s vision can be clear or clouded. All of which the possibility is lies on a person’s capabilities and the determination of how to far it can be.

To be able to envision, will prove those visuals of that attainment.

What I written is my vision of how one’s could become real. You are a visual to see this. There may be other interpretations and demonstrations, but it is only yours that you can see.

A better future could be in front of you. What you could muster has the will to become a reality. That is a vision.

Author: Igniza

Just a freelanced and anonymous female writer with an oddity of interests and of such to write about.

One thought on “Envision Your Vision for the Visual

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