The photo you see here is my first panoramic shot. The wide-angle view captures the streaks of light passing through the trees in my backyard at sunset. In the old days, people called this a Kodak moment. For me, this is definitely a "Samsung moment." I wish I could share this photo with my Grandpa on my mother's side. He was a professional photographer who had a keen eye for photography. This photo reminds me of all the times in my life when I fail to look at life using a wide-angle lens. Have any of these things ever happened to you?...
- You feel overwhelmed by your workload. The pile of stuff you have to do is so big that you lock yourself in a room and close the blinds. Outside there is a beautiful sunset. The leaves are turning color. The grass is luscious green. But you don't see any of it because you are so narrowly focused on your to do list.
- You don't see a way out of your current challenges. This happens when you fail to turn on the panorama setting in your brain. You were born with this setting on wide-angle. As the problems of the world crept into your life, you turned off the panorama and focused only on the problems.
- Mean people are blocking your view. Don't you hate it when they invade a picture-perfect day?
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