Clarity

Clarity is an ability to see things the way they are and the way they are not. It has nothing to do with intelligence and expert abilities, it is more about unlearning than learning. When someone says you have a clarity of thought it means they are acknowledging your ability to articulate the thoughts into words which even they can connect to. Children have an unique advantage of being clear as they have never dealt with the word consequence, so they are always clear of what they want and what they want to do. Clarity brings peace, and peace brings tranquility. When one is clear, one runs deep too. As they say, still water runs deep, a clear mind is as still as it can be.

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