When a vision vanishes

Vision infers to some extent perception, and as perception is subjective it indicates that a vision can never be shared. But does it? The vision in a differing sense suggests a shared ambition and a shared image of what constitutes that ambition. Working out the possibility of a shared vision by way of definition and giving some case to something other than it being impossible from its subjectivity.. 

The possibility of someone recognising and sharing your vision is very difficult to concede. It is very easy to point to a lack of effort, a lack of reliability, no sense of commitment and any other potential gripe with someone who seems to be falling short of what you expect and often require. To drop their own things and both see and follow your lead into this vision is very difficult to come to be. But our emotions are strong and giving how much it matters to it and you can see it failing and falling short of the image in your head of what it could and how you get their. A vision needs parameters and perfection or total acquired in what the vision entails seems something not everyone will care about. Seems very strange to say dreams need moderation, but in many ways it is true. It is the difference between Utopia and simply ‘a better world’. The point here is that one should stay away from vision as our vision and reality are often blind to one another. A goal is far greater and easier a thing to target thing, as a vision corresponds to a certain preconceived notion of completion and with life it doesn’t work out like that. Goals are possible, achievable, coruscate to the real world and are easier to bring people on board to be a part of. A vision and a goal can appear the same but there are subtle differences that puts one in the near impossible and sometimes naive dreaming camp that makes it extra difficult to bring into actuality, and the other that bring us a little bit more of hope of genuine success. Image


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