# Imagine you could not generalize well. Imagine you only saw tiny details everywhere you went. Other people saw a square and you saw how the corners were not really 90 degrees, the texture of the paper, the light shining through the paper. What if you looked at lines and saw circles tiled on the ends instead and imagined what was in that circle on its end beyond the line? What if you see boundless connections between things and were in awe of it but all you wanted to do is stand on a podium and say “look at [short description]!” but could not?

Imagine you could not generalize well.
Imagine you only saw tiny details everywhere you went.
Other people saw a square and you saw how the corners were not really 90 degrees, the texture of the paper, the light shining through the paper.
What if you looked at lines and saw circles tiled on the ends instead and imagined what was in that circle on its end beyond the line?
What if you see boundless connections between things and were in awe of it but all you wanted to do is stand on a podium and say “look at [short description]!” but could not?