Four Blind men gathered around an elephant to discuss and decide what it was. The first, being situated at the back end, felt the elephants leg, and said, “Well, I feel a firm and sturdy trunk, so this MUST be a tree!”
The second blind man, positioned at the elephant’s mid-section, put his hands on the elephant’s side, “It’s a heavy and impenatrable barrier. Clearly, this is a wall of some kind!”
The third man, situated near the elephant’s head, caressed and rubbed the elephants ears commenting, “Terribly large, flaps. This thing must be made of leaves!”
The fourth man was at the elephants trunk, and felt up and down the entire length, and finally concluded, “You are all mistaken, this thing is most certainly a snake!”
Life is an elephant. Are you blindly trusting your faulty perceptions, or can you move out of the realm of your own understanding to formulate a complete view of reality? Remember, you need not understand life in order to enjoy it.