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The Poori Effect: How We Sometimes Fool Ourselves
Why "The Poori Effect" ?Why is "The Poori Effect" called so?
Because a poori is puffed up by air,
giving the illusion of substantiality, solidness-
especially to those who see it the first time.
The truth is a poori does not have much "substance"-
what seems like a very filling dish is just a side dish.
Likewise, we suffer from the Poori Effect
when we mistaken our unsubstantial perceptions to represent reality.
"We do not run on reality,
but on our perception of reality." -____
What we perceive will always fall short of reality
in ways gross and subtle
until we attain full Enlightenment.