Shades of Fairness
We see spans of gray located
in a larger total spectrum;
we each have a private reach in constant change.
We see black and white according
to the limits of our vision;
more distorted when we have a narrow range.
When in white, we see the lower
tone of white as black. Moreover,
when in black, we see the lesser black as white.
Shades of fairness become clearer
when we broaden our perspective;
we can only see the difference when it’s wide.
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A philosophical dreamer with a passion for self-reflection and contemplating life. He’s serious about helping people with the insights he gathered, but playful in the way he communicates his wisdom. He left a career as environmental engineer behind, in favor of becoming a personal development coach and thought-provoking writer.