A Radiant Thought

Is it the power of perception that allows us to truly see the inner beauty of someone’s soul? Or is it how we judge others based on appearance and actions and how we see them?

Have you ever watched a stranger and wonder about their radiance that they are not showing? Do they have any light to offer?

Truth is, everyone has a light that can help someone else through their personal darkness.

Just a radiant thought for today’s Discover prompt.

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  1. Good thoughts. I’ve definitely thought a lot about that. I like to think people give other people I chance but I’m not sure how true that is. As someone who dresses a little oddly (because wearing t-shirts and jeans is weird for women nowadays, I like to be comfortable), I’ve gotten some random and scary looks from strangers.

    There was a professor once that mentioned my colored dreads off-hand like “what are you doing in a science major?” which made me feel kind of terrible. Needless to say I didn’t go in for help again all semester. Can’t I like art and express myself while still appreciating the ordered and beautiful nature of science?

    Dunno, you’d think someone smart enough to earn a PHD like that professor would understand not to judge books by their covers.

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    1. You’re not the only one that wears Tees and jeans…then I add my 80’s geek side of chucks but at least I’m confortable when the sheep around me are dying to conform to the idea of normalcy.

      Sometimes the most educated individuals doesn’t have the sense that God gave a goose when it comes to understanding other indiviuals, accepting or judging. 🙂

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