‘Seeing is Believing’ Or ‘You Can’t Trust Your Lyin’ Eyes’

“Let’s face it. If a dog isn’t a dog, mom is now dad, and a boy classmate is now Susie . . . the foundations have just been removed from under the children’s feet. If these young children can no longer trust their obvious lyin’ eyes, how will they know that 2+2 will always be 4? What is constant and what isn’t?” 

(What’s Inside Children’s Books)  Reality is defined as: “the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.” Reality is not subjective.

“Seeing is believing,” has been replaced with, “you can’t trust your lyin’ eyes.” Setting aside the tricks of a magician or the skills of a creative photoshop artist, we typically give credence to what we observe.

Parents spend countless hours teaching their babies the names of people, animals, places, and objects. There is a comfort in learning the difference between the soft-to-the-touch pet that meows and the critter who barks when the doorbell rings. . . . of recognizing mommy’s face or daddy’s voice.  View article →

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