Pareidolia(/ˌpæriˈdoʊliə/,USalso/ˌpæraɪˈ-/) is the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous visual stimulus (so that one sees an object, pattern or meaning where in fact there is none).
Ref Wiki Seeing familiar objects or patterns in otherwise random or unrelated objects or patterns is called pareidolia. It’s a form of apophenia, which is a more general term for the human tendency to seek patterns in random information. Face pareidolia seems to be a universal phenomenon.
Finding faces in the most unexpected places, may have an evolutionary angle of a need to seek familiarity in the wake of the unknown, for a psychological safety. Or finding faces in the bonnet of a car that makes it look more fun, friendly & smiling.
Maybe piecing the possibilities together to make sense is an illustration in the illusion… Whatever the case creativity of the human mind is infinite in its potential to conjure up endless possibilities out of practically nothing concrete.
In the ability to create abstract associations to integrate and create and merge a more meaningful interpretation for ourselves,makes it an art of limitless possibilities.
What you see and I see May seem different to the both of us What you feel and I feel May feel different to the both of us We all see and sense things In our own unique ways That is how we are wired. But when we make a move Take a step and exchange perspectives We see, what we missed along the way Every view is limited in its scope
Every feeling is in the sensing Change your perspectives And you will see so much more Your sensing and feeling will expand Eventually you will make a shift In your attitudes and alter your actions That is what true understanding is all about.
Today the world needs to understand More than ever before What it is like for everyone else What makes the world tick What brought us to a standstill What we need to do from now What can each of us change from this now To understand is half the battle won.