Thought of the day on: Mental parallax
Perceptions vary from person to person based upon past experiences and assimilated knowledge, coloured by the texture of our mind. A prejudiced mind will see things quite differently as compared to a free flowing, unfettered spirit.
Suspending judgment altogether however seems to be a far fetched notion, since our memory automatically recalls stored information it considers applicable to the matter occupying our attention. Yet, a humble and ego surrendered orientation is likely to manifest the least contorted view for our absorption.
A present moment orientation, free of both desire and fear makes for the purest level of awareness to experience the engagement offered in the continuum of now-moments.
There is no such thing as the singular perfect view. The truth is singular, yet its manifestations may be plural and diverse, all in their own right true, just as light refracts it’s multitude rays on passing through a prism.