broken fence

our thinking is always limited
past experiences, opinions, fears and habits
limit thinking, hence our creativity,
next free will …

to break the fence, to really go beyond past
to do more than just re-order the conceptual world
is to do the impossible

thought could never fathom this …
but it happens …
time and time again

Pictures by bvdb (whoisbert) september 2014 – @home – Canon Ixus HS230 – IMG_8122


2 thoughts on “broken fence

  1. Yes – well put. I have also found it difficult not to tap into the same ‘traps’ again and again. What worked (sort of) was to make a changes in my life / work that absolutely forced me to change my habits. I have read somewhere that you are what you do – so probably it helps to make changes to what you do first, even without a grand goal in mind, and then see what happens…

    • … the grand question is: “where does the ability to break the fence come from?” From where comes the sudden insight: like Kekule discovering the benzene ring after a dream …

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