When we need to put the effort in, and yeah…
Without knowing it, we are always working. Let’s see why. Yesterday, we talked about our (strong) tendency to not always picture things in 3 dimensions. Apart from specialists in 3D modelling (with or without the help of technology), other people do not have this reflex. Obviously, I’m not talking about modelling physical objects, it goes without saying that if we work on a graphic depiction of the physical world around us, early on, we want the design or precision of our sketches to be realistic. But what about our thoughts?
Of course, the square of a number offers so many more possibilities, but why settle for that? Isn’t the cube what we should be aiming for? After all, wouldn’t the colours be sad without green, blue or red? The third dimension of thought is just the beginning, because the ultimate aim, within the limits of my current understanding, would be to arrive at a fourth dimension by accepting the fact that a representation of volume can be altered on a final axis. An example would of course be, and you will have guessed, time.
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Last Updated on January 3, 2020 by Coach Danny