Surely if we perceive something to be so, it is so in our world. Does that mean each individual inhabits a different world; that no two people can truly claim to exist in the same world; that they exist merely in their own world and their cipher is a guest in other people’s? My world cannot be truly shared with any other, for though I can explain shallow concepts and visions, they will never be seen with the same eyes and processed with the same electrical impulses. Objects and conversations take on a different meaning according to each person’s own ideas and understanding and experiences. To claim that when one looks at a tree or a building or the sea one sees the same as everyone else is false. It’s like a sort of physical, emotional and experiential relativity; there are no absolutes.