Reflection by Rev. Diane Rollert, 5 June 2016
This month we’re talking about perception. In a sense, we’re thinking about thinking. Science defines perception as the result of how our senses are able to take in what we experience, and how our brains process that information to produce a thought or an idea. Different parts of our brains are perceiving colour, light, sound, smell, and touch. We are taking in millions of points of data to let us know that this thing in front of me is a flower.
Just stop for a moment and consider everything your brain is trying to process right now. How is it that you are able to perceive what is happening in this one moment? It’s truly miraculous.
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