Some things must be believed before they can be seen.
We’re used to the way science usually works: We see it, then we believe it.
We’ve all heard that seeing is believing.
In fact, most of us believe that things must be seen to be believed.
But, that’s not always true.
In fact, sometimes, science works the other way.
We believe something, and upon investigation, we observe that in fact, there is something there to believe in.
Does this make sense?
I think it does.
Often, without belief, we don’t even know where to look.
That’s why I’m big believer in possibility.
What do you think?