We look outward to see inward, yet in looking outward we necessarily filter what we see through our own gaze.   When the only time we see our neighbors is by peering through the blinds from the safety of our homes, we will see only the reflection of our own assumptions.   Own the eyes that you look through.  Own the eyes that look upon you. 

We look outward to see inward, yet in looking outward we necessarily filter what we see through our own gaze.   When the only time we see our neighbors is by peering through the blinds from the safety of our homes, we will see only the reflection of our own assumptions.  
Own the eyes that you look through.  Own the eyes that look upon you. 

photos by Claire Gatto