Landing on self’s moon
A wonder maybe perceived as such on the basis of its rarity rather than its fascination. For example, walking on own feet and seeing with own eyes are considered as basic provisions despite the marvelous coulisses of their occurrences. Being on board either on the land or in the air is also gradually becoming common sense though they were one day typical scenes of man’s sweet dreams. A sense of accomplishment and satisfaction, though with varying impact and extent, is always the common subjective factor of all these customary wonders. The wonder is being perceived as such as it calls an inherent ability to judge and rank and as it touches a readily ignitable complement of perception. In conclusion, the wonderful things that attract our attention and awake our interest are not only wonderful in themselves but also they need to find their labile candidates of sufficient priming and attentive perception.
In the vestibules of self there should be the greatest wonder and the sweetest triumph. A pleasant glory may be sensible with some reflection and admirable faith rather than with a fanciful wealth and tiresome sophistications. A vector of passion and altruism, a cruise of generosity and forgiveness and a trajectory of hope and optimism make a brilliant path of self’s genius profile. This would be the moon one should land on first.