Look Up!

What is it that makes us look up?

We look up at trees, at buildings, to the sky to see clouds, stars, planets. If we are inside and we’ve been asked a question, many of us look to where the wall meets the ceiling, as if there’s a clue there, before we articulate our answer. Many times we look up when we listen to music more intensely.

I can’t say when I chose the four subjects this was a primary consideration. “They must all be involved in activities that involve looking upwards,” because in truth I was considering working with people who look down, but that’s another post.

But if it wasn’t a primary consideration, I can also say it wasn’t an accident either.

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