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We all look at life through a particular set of  lenses.

If we’re willing, sometimes we have to take off our glasses.

Shadowy forms come into focus. Depth perception increases. Was the sky always this blue?

Photo courtesy: nicadlr / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA
Photo courtesy: nicadlr / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA

How we see is not always accurate.

We may think no one cares or we have no purpose.

Try taking off your glasses.

Try putting on someone else’s glasses.

Be encouraged! There is more to life than meets the eye.



Is a zebra black with white stripes?

Or is a zebra white with black stripes?


The way we look at things can be different. But one thing for certain: it’s a zebra.

We need truth to anchor us.  Our perception is not always accurate.

You may be in deep sorrow right now. Or maybe lots of things are just going wrong. Whether you shake your fist at God or you’re confused as to why he “let this happen to you”, one thing is for certain: he is God.

He is God when you’re happy and he is God when you’re sad.

Consider changing your perception to see things from a different perspective. You’ll see something you didn’t see before.


Photo credit: Mozambique – Moments / Foter / CC BY-NC