By Cait Collins
Have you ever watched a cop show when the detectives are questioning witnesses? Do the descriptions vary widely from one witness to another? One witness sees a short, round man around 50 or 60 years old while another remembers young man who is not short, but not really tall. Neither fat nor skinny. Nothing really distinguishing. He’s just average.
Chances are the officers could ask fifty people about the suspect and there would be thirty or forty different descriptions. We all have a viewpoint. So here’s the challenge.
Describe a sunrise from the following viewpoints:
A drunk following an all nighter.
A child waking up at his regular time, but it’s a school holiday.
A person who does not have many weeks left to live.
A man who has been blind from birth.