“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see (Henry David Thoreau).”
Two people looking at the same event or scene see different things. A basketball player, for example, sinks a winning basket from beyond half court as time runs out. One spectator says it was luck. Another spectator marvels at the player’s skill. There’s always more than one perspective. The wise ones can see the truth that lies in each.