How the invisible becomes visible

If you hold a rock long enough it disappears from your senses — in fact you have to rub it to re-establish contact. 

Even though the rock remains in your hand.

All sensory input is from flux. There must be motion or contrast to sense a thing. 

Which is why stillness is so powerful.

You go under the sensory realm — you go between the in between — you disappear — and lo, the immaterial — the unknown, the unsensed — becomes visible to you.

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When the extraordinary lived among us — Goodbye Mandela
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