The vast majority of us see a world of separation. It appears that there are bodies, animals, trees, buildings, cars --- an infinite number of grains of sand, an infinite number of separate things in this world. And it appears that the interactions between all of these separate things is totally random. The beginning of my book asks the following question. What is the difference between the two statements? The world is as I see it, or I see the world as it is. Think about that. It brings up the question --- what is vision? Do the eyes lead or does the mind lead? Do the eyes see what is there and that just registers in the mind? Or does the mind see through distorted glasses, unique to each individual, and the eyes bring to the mind what confirms its belief system and its own perspective?