How many times have you misplaced an object and spent several minutes looking for it, only to discover it was in clear view on the table right in front of you?
We all seem to have the ability to see without really seeing. The old saying, “I can’t see the forest for the trees,” is based on this human condition. When we see something often enough, we begin to discount the information coming into our brains. We find we’re no longer able to accurately view our world.