It’s not real until you see it.

A disease doesn’t become dangerous until someone you know dies from it.

An injustice is invisible until it is broadcasted to you.

We don’t believe we can be extraordinary until we see the person from our hometown rise up and excel beyond measure.

We doubt a diet will work, until a friend posts about their progress from it.

We are skeptical until we see the one thing that closes the gap in our minds.

A possibility isn’t real until we can see it.

If ‘seeing is believing’, how much time do we spend seeking other voices, new ideas, and a better way. Instead, how often do we insulate ourselves to the thoughts and beliefs we already hold?

When you look out into the world, what do you see(k)?
Possibility, or the status quo?

Creative Director at Blind. Educator at The Futur. International Speaker.

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