Kaleidoscope Face

ka·lei·do·scope\kə-ˈlī-də-ˌskōp\
noun.
: a changing pattern or scene
: a mixture of many different things

face \ˈfās\
noun.
: the front part of the head that has the eyes, nose, and mouth on it
: the way something appears when it is first seen or thought about

According to Sharon Salzberg, life is like an ever shifting kaleidoscope: a slight change and all patterns alter.

Maybe the same can be said of faces. And people. And ideals. And everything else.

We are all looking through the same lens but we see differently.
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