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Nature of Man

To perceive a tree fully, the openness toward the charm of its color is as important as the grasp of its form and the kinesthetic experience of how the stem rises up and slightly bowed by the weight of the crown.
Thus, allocentric perception in its most complete form is characterized not by the absence of primary autocentric sensations, but rather by fully turning to and complete openness while a concrete object is perceived, it is always perceived not as isolated from the rest of life, and the observer, but as containing in it the mysterium tremendum of life, of being.

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