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"I make all my decisions on intuition. I throw a spear into the darkness. That is intuition. Then I must send an army into the darkness to find the spear. That is intellect."
Ingmar Bergman (via itsquoted)
How unnervingly natural is bias. We build the world up a certain way through imagination, effort and time. It changes only as we change, grows only as we grow. Therefore, when it crumbles around us its only because our belief rooted in darkness made us so firm with rage that we ourselves crumbled apart like dust. Is it any wonder that when we looked out to the world we saw the same. When we shoot a spear into the darkness we have no real knowledge we will ever find it again. It is magical when we eventually do but after a good amount of time you have to wonder if it didn’t slip out of your hand and fall behind you. Such is the beauty of human curriousity that as long as we can question ourselves without succumbing to the pressure of our own scrutiny we can grow faster and bigger and stronger than we already suspected we could.
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(via 500px / Autumn Tree by Kilian Schönberger)