The midpoint between reality and fiction is joined by your ability to access personal believes. Simply because it is tangible, visual, or perceivable doesn’t reflect reality, but more so the idea of reality. On the other hand, simply because its construed as a part of another dimension, feeling or thought doesn’t express its fiction. The midpoint is more of a dualistic median between mind and body. They are connected by consciousness and depict by intelligence of experience, earthly knowledge, and moral. To understand yourself and your surroundings, you must first acknowledge the idea of two perspectives; first, the mind is our searcher of new stimuli; and second, the body is the vehicle of experience. Together one is not without the other, but an intricate evaluation of nature and nurture. As you build on the idea, you can see the dualism in the aspect of two sides. Why do you think people like to express situations through, “It takes two to tangle?” The correct answer is more complex to the thought, but plausible to the idea. Keep in touch with your senses, and of course there are always an exception to the rule, but that is where you learn to access your midpoint of resolution. Be self-aware, and gain the access through your everyday activities and challenge the play-it-safers, by accepting ideas inside the box, but building alternatives outside the box. You will never leave an old feeling, memory, or experience behind, but when you are faced with new perspectives you are quick to turn your back. Learn to develop your midpoint and the possibilities are endless….