Relationship lessons from animals optical visions

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What you need to know:

  • Our visions develop perspectives, perceptions, productivity, passion and prowess. 

Do all animals see things in the world in the same way? Absolutely not! God's creation makes us scream, "Awwwww!" Nature is completely surprising, never missing a chance to dazzle us with her one-of-a-kind creations. Now get ready for an adventurous tour of glazing at different animal optical visions:

Cat vision:  Cats are limited in what they see during day light. However, they have superior vision at night, seeing up to 8 times better than humans. They are also limited when it comes to colour differentiation. They see the world in terms of blue, brown and yellow colour.

Snake vision: Snakes are dichromatic animals meaning they can see only in two colours, yellow and green. This is how they perceive all things. Their world exists in terms of yellow and green. Unfortunately, some couples are like snakes - they have a dim-lighted worldview.

Mosquitos vision: These insects have eyes possessing hundreds of layers called ommatidia which are also called compound eyes. Ommatidia is made up of pigmented photoreceptor cells present as clusters of cells. Each ommatidia component creates an image, and each creates a complete image.

Because of these layers mosquitoes and flies see objects in slow motion. How do you see things as a couple? What is your perception? There are moments we need to order life scenes in slow motion. Don’t we?

Chick vision: Chickens are tetrachromatic seeing in four basic colour cones: blue, yellow, red and ultra Violet light. Though they differentiate colour far more than humans, chickens are short-sighted. They can hardly see more than 4 meters; this makes them vulnerable. Moreover, unlike eagles, their capacity to see big picture is extremely limited.

Good couples should avoid chicken vision, instead develop the capacity to see far while putting milestones. Know where you're going - have a clear destination. At the same time, see what is in your way, pinpointing the underlying potential dangers and threats. See where the valleys and mountains are then get prepared to face them.

Eagle vision: Eagles have an amazingly superior eye sight. An eagle can see a rabbit at a distance of 3.2 km away. Apart from this dazzling ability, eagles also afford an amazing panoramic view.

Here we're talking about having a big picture in life, which is a struggle. You should've now realized that life is a war between those who see and those that don't see. Our ability to see gives us the advantage of spotting what's going, giving us more factors to consider and seeing the reality of situations, instead of assumptions.

As I conclude, what we see is important. It orders our present and future actions. The eagles are more exposed compared to cats, snakes, mosquitoes and chickens. They therefore have an edge in life. And so should we. Our visions develop perspectives, perceptions, productivity, passion and prowess. Study tours help us develop a strong vision seeing more!

AmaniKyala is a counsellor, writer and teacher, 0626 512 144