Do an experiment with me: take a piece of chalk and go to your driveway or the sidewalk. Write a big lower-case “n” on the ground. Then call out someone in your family and have them stand over the top of the “n.” Ask them what letter they see.
Point of view unmistakably shapes your interpretation of events. Consider this wonderful classic ad from The Guardian. What does it illustrate? We all see pieces of the whole. The main character of the ad appears first as victim, then as villain, and then as hero, depending on the point of view. We don’t know our view is limited until someone with a different perspective illuminates more for us.
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