Can we wall ourselves off from the world? A nurse shares her near death experience, and out of body journey to better self-understanding and better understanding of others. We can't know how difficult another person is trying in order to be where they are at in life. Their skills might not be in the excellent range, but the journey they are on might have been more difficult.
Judge not and look for the good is a message the nurse learned while trying to get back to her own body and physical consciousness.
Nurse Dies and Gets Shown the Truth About Energy and Moments (Powerful NDE); The Other Side NDE, https://youtu.be/KlPZ0hIGx90
Beautiful short animated film and personal story sharing with us what life might look like to a red-green color blind person. "Yoav Brill’s film uses Ishihara color blind test dots to tell a story of difference." - https://99designs.com/blog/tips/designers-need-to-understand-color-blindness/
Not related to Near Death Experiences, but to helping others see contrast in their world - improved graphic design avoids mixing reds and greens and uses monochromatic shades and patterns to help differentiate shapes and sections.
A helpful graphic design tool to check a graphic for usability by color-blind people. Upload your graphic and click to see what it might look like with different types of color-blindness. Why all designers need to understand color blindness, by Alex Bigman, (https://99designs.com/blog/tips/designers-need-to-understand-color-blindness/).
I checked my updated graphic after modifying the tones.
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