How My Eyes Want Life

Welcome to my blog, How My Eyes Want Life. This is a place where I share my thoughts and experiences on life, love, and everything in between. I hope you enjoy reading and feel free to leave your own comments and thoughts.

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How my eyes want life

How my eyes want life is to fill them with colors that arevary and to see different thing every day. they want to see the world and be able to travel. they also want to meet new people and learn about their cultures.

The things I see

The things I see are often mundane things. A bookshelf. A half-eaten piece of toast. The way the light hits a particular building at a certain time of day. But sometimes, in those moments, I see life.

I see the potential for stories on that bookshelf, waiting to be read. I see the history of the toast, who made it and why they didn’t finish it. I see the way the light casts shadows and creates beauty out of what could be an ordinary scene.

In those moments, I am reminded that life is all around us, if we just take the time to notice it.

Life through my eyes

I was never one for fiction. I was the kid in class who would opt to read a textbook over a novel any day. Even now, as an adult, non-fiction books hold a special place in my heart.e

That being said, I have come to appreciate the beauty of fiction – especially when it is used as a tool to teach. A few months ago, I read “The Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger for the first time. I was assigned the book in my college English course, and at first, I was skeptical. However, after giving it a chance, I realized that the book offers a unique perspective on life – one that I had never considered before.

Through the eyes of Holden Caulfield, the novel’s protagonist, we are able to see life in a completely different way. Caulfield is a teenager who has been kicked out of multiple private schools and is now living in New York City on his own. He is angry, lost and confused – but he is also incredibly observant.

Caulfield teaches us that life is not always Pleasantville. He shows us that there is darkness and grit in the world, but there is also beauty and hope if you know where to look for it.

This novel challenged everything I thought I knew about life and forced me to see the world in a new light. From then on, I began to view fiction not as a made-up story, but as a way to learn about different perspectives and experiences.

Reading “The Catcher in the Rye” was instrumental in shaping the way I see the world today. Through Caulfield’s eyes, I learned that life is full of ups and downs, but it is always worth living – no matter how difficult it may seem at times

My perspective

When I was younger, I was always told to cherish each and every moment because it would eventually become a memory. A memory is something that you can reflect on and remember the feeling, good or bad, that you experienced in that moment. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve started to realize how important it is to not take moments for granted.

I remember when I was in elementary school, recess was my favorite part of the day. I would run around with my friends, play games, and just have fun. Nowadays, when I see kids running around and playing, I get nostalgic and wish I could go back to those carefree days.

I also remember being in high school and thinking that it would never end. High school seemed like it would last forever, but now I’m in college and about to graduate. Time really does fly when you’re having fun (or not so fun).

There are also things that happen in life that we don’t want to remember, but we can’t forget. These memories might be happy ones tinged with sadness or painful ones that we wish we could forget. But even though we may not want to remember certain moments, they’re still a part of our lives and have shaped who we are today.

So Cherish. Reflect. Appreciate. Life is short and fragile, but it’s also beautiful and worth living.

What I want to see

I want to see things that are far away as if they were close,
and things that are close as if they were far away.
I want to see the details of everything.
I want to be able to see in the dark and in the light.
I want to be able to see color and texture and movement.
I want to be able to see all of these things at the same time.

The world through my eyes

Ever since I was a little girl, I have seen the world differently. The way I see things is not always how they appear to others. To me, the world is full of colors and emotions. I see things that make me happy, sad, angry, and everything in between.

Everything I see fills me with emotion. A simple sunset can make me feel like I am on top of the world. A smile from a stranger can fill me with hope. A child’s laugh can fill me with happiness.

The world is a beautiful place, and I am so grateful to be able to see it through my eyes.

How I want to see the world

I want to see the world through rose-colored glasses. I want to believe that there is good in everyone and that the world is a beautiful place. I want to be able to see the beauty in everything, even the simplest things.

I know that this isn’t always possible, but it’s something that I strive for. I think that if we all strived to see the world through rose-colored glasses, it would be a much happier place.

My view of the world

In my own view of the world, I have always been an optimist. I see the good in people and I believe that everyone has the potential to do great things. I am inspired by those who have overcome challenges and achieved their goals. I believe that we all have the power to make a difference in the world.

What I want to change

I want to change my relationship to media and the internet. I want to be more select about what I give my time and attention to. I want to be more present in my life.

How I see life

I wake up. I check my phone to see if anyone has messaged me. I get out of bed, feeling the cold hardwood floor on my feet. I walk to my window and open the curtains, letting the light shine in. The sun is just peeking over the horizon, and the sky is a beautiful orange color. I take a deep breath and feel thankful for another day.

I eat breakfast and then start getting ready for my day. I put on some music and dance around my room as I get dressed. I feel happy and alive.

I go to school and sit in my classes, paying attention and taking notes. I participate in discussion and ask questions. I feel engaged and interested in what I’m learning.

I come home from school and do my homework. I take a break to talk to my family or friends, or to play with my dog. I feel accomplished when I finish my work.

I make dinner with my family or friends, or we order take-out. We talk and laugh together over our meal. I feel loved and supported by the people around me.

I go to bed feeling grateful for another day well lived.

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