Then there are other days. The winds clean the air and, especially at night, we see the city as if for the first time. We see buildings. We see windows in the buildings. We see how beautiful the city really is.
Herein lies the point. The fact is: What we see on a good day is what the city really looks like. After all, the buildings are always there. So are the windows.
On a really bad day, we don't see anything. This doesn't mean that the city isn't there. It means that it is a bad day-a day when we cannot see the city as it is.
We do well to keep this in mind the next time we take a look at ourselves. Sometimes it's just a bad day to look. We are tired. Something is bothering us. In any case, we are not in possession of powers. We can know this because nothing looks good. Everything, however, cannot be bad. It is us; probably we are tired; possibly we are upset. In any case, we don't have our powers. It is a bad day to look at anything.
Then there are good days. We have had rest. Nothing is presently going wrong. Our head is clear. Today we see well. Today we see things as they really are.
You are who you see on a good day . And you are never who you see on a bad one.
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