"The objects that our eyes see do not exist for us unless the mind is engaged. Only the mind can identify, interpret, and understand what the eye sees. But, the eye is only one of the sensory receptors. When the mind is dormant, not only do we look without seeing, we also hear without relishing, smell without savoring. All of the sensory impressions impinge on the mind, waiting to be assimilated, compared, recalled." (Hammet, 1975)



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