Crystal: (n) a clear, transparent mineral or glass resembling ice.
“I want to make this crystal-clear.”
Have you heard this statement?
Every time someone speaks these words, I consider crystal.
Crystal is not a pane of glass which you can see through clearly to the other side.
It appears to be. It seems to be pure.
But when you look through crystal there are distortions.
Things are just a little twisted.
The light bends through, creating contorted images.
Yet it’s very easy to insist to those around us that this “crystal vision” is an accurate representation of what we are viewing.
We have become too successful in our society at hiding evil behind a crystal lens, which has been cut, trimmed and placed in a position to convey the image we wish to portray instead of what is real.
It’s like a pair of glasses–every pair works for only one person.
The lenses have been cut, sized and measured for the eyesight of that individual. When we wear the spectacles of another traveler, our vision is clouded and sometimes even makes our heads spin.
What we really want to do is work on our eyesight and purify it.
Make sure the light of our body is our eye and it’s like a pane of glass.
So even if we decide to wear a pair of glasses for fashion, all we need to do is put glass in them, without messing with the adjustment.