What is your focus? What do you look for?
For example, look for the color blue. Can you see it?
If the color blue was around the corner, would you take one step, and then another step, and another?
Would you move to a place to see it?
If you wanted to see a blue sky, would you wait for night to turn into day, or the clouds to clear?
Or, would you know that it was there all along?
If you wanted to hear the color blue, would you say it?
Now, do NOT look for the color blue.
DO NOT look for the color blue.
Fight against seeing the color blue!
Do you see even more of it?
The importance seems to be the subject, the focus.
If you do not want to see the color blue, the trick is to look for something else, like the color green.
What is your subject? What do you really want to see? Decide. Decide what you want to look for and then look…
Blue… Green… Opportunity…Kind words… Appreciation…Answers… Now…
Smiles… Friends…Beauty… Joy…Harmony… Laughter… Love…
What is your focus? Look…
…It was there all along