A Beginner’s Guide to looking on

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If you are looking at the computer screen, your eyes are moving from the desktop back to the monitor, the laptop or tablet. If you are looking at a book, your eyes are moving back to the page. If you are focused on the book, your eyes are moving back to the book.

We’re all doing it. In the movie The Matrix, the point of focus is the center of the screen, and in other works of fiction it’s the reader’s eyes. But in a lot of novels there is no point of focus. Because you are not actually looking at the page, you are not looking at anything real. You are only looking at a screen of pixels.

The point of focus is the center of attention. If you are looking at a book or a picture, not a real thing, your eyes are moving away from it. They are focused on the screen, not on the thing being looked at. If you are looking at a book, your eyes are focused on the center of the book. If you are looking at a book, your eyes are focused on the page.

The center of attention is the place from which everything else comes. The eye is the window to the soul. You are not looking at the page you are looking at. You are looking at the real thing.

If you are looking at a picture, your eyes are focused on its edges. If you are looking at a picture, your eyes are focused on the center of the picture. If you are looking at a picture, your eyes are focused on the page. The center of attention is the place from which everything else comes. The eye is the window to the soul. You are not looking at the page you are looking at. You are looking at the real thing.

I have been in the presence of a great many great minds, and I am constantly amazed by the power and efficiency of our brains. That’s because our brains are constantly being bombarded with images and information. The more images we process and the more words we use, the more images we store, the more words we use, the more information we process, the more images we store, and the more words we use.

Like a computer, our brain is constantly processing information. It will go crazy when it is given too much of it. But unlike a computer, our brain does not have a finite amount of time for processing information as it is always adding more and more to the store. So in fact we are never finished processing information because we never have enough time.

We have a limited amount of time for processing information. This is why we use pictures, but it is also why we use words. The more pictures we store, the more words we use, the more information we process, and the more images we store. Even though we have a finite amount of time, it’s not a limited amount of time. We can go for years without ever using a picture, a word, a phrase, or a sentence.

This isn’t to say that pictures and words don’t make a difference. We are doing it to save space, but we are doing it to save time. We are saving our data and our time by storing information and we are also saving our memories by using pictures, words, phrases, and sentences to give our information and our time some substance.

I really like how we are storing information. It isnt only limited to the three “things” that we are storing information about. We are storing information about ourselves, our friends, our family, our work, our hobbies, and our dreams.

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