There's so much to see, but we take so little time to see it - rather to see it all that is. We fill up on what we want. With sights set on what we wish to see, we do not always appease our vision's appetite with the full scope of the aperture our eyes allow for.
We have a tendency to open our eyes wide, while our vision remains narrow. Invisible blinders provide a false sense of the full picture. That said, perhaps it's time to take the blinders off and see the full view of life in every moment that it consists of.