Thursday, October 20, 2011


“The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.”

Some people that you meet aren't that talkaktive as expected, they don't expose their thoughts and impressions, not like an open book. They are hard to read! To some they may seem boring or even arrogant, but that's just those who again, do not go beyond the surface and do not take the time to look twice.

Personally, I must admit that I highly appreciate the company of those more introverted personalities. In contrary to all those who are constantly advertising themselves (near by: "be yourself, everyone else is already taken!) they are straight to the point and deep.
Even if you get just little feedback on what you just said, it does not mean that they don't care. Attentive to details they end up knowing you better than you know yourself and I found myself more than once in the situation of asking "how do you know?" Meanwhile, your vis-à-vis remains a mystery to you.

As to the picture; Visible is a young man on a stage, "lights on him", reading something to the public. That's what everyone believed to see by looking at this picture. But they did not look twice !
I won't solve this riddle for you, I just can tell you that there is no stage, no other light (apart the cameras' flash) and definitely no public.

That's what happens if your diagnosis is only based on evident proof, if you don't question your first sight, you'll leave with the wrong impression and miss that there is more to it than meets the eye.

In the final stages, "Some things only we know!"