Our experience of reality is hard to describe:
Words are inaccurate.
Emotions are vague.
Perception is limited.
Every moment we live through, interpret, and remember is but an estimation of what’s actually happened.
Yet these vague estimations are used to build relationships, make decisions and plan the future.
While we may never truly see reality for what it is, the better we estimate reality, the easier life will be.
The best way to do that? Archive your thoughts.
ht: Conversations with Marshall Hayes