|Part of Speech:||noun|
|angle, aspect, attitude, broad view, context, frame of reference, headset, landscape, mindset, objectivity, overview, panorama, proportion, prospect, relation, relative importance, relativity, scene, size of it, viewpoint, vista, way of looking|
|Notes:||perspective is a way of regarding situations or topics or a mental view or the state of one's ideas.
Intolerent Lions and Christians of a Different View
par⋅al⋅lax/ˈpærəˌlæks/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [par-uh-laks]
Origin: 1585–95; < class="ital-inline">parállaxis change, equiv. to parallak- (s. of parallássein to cause to alternate, equiv. to para- para- 1 + allássein to vary, akin to állos other; see else, allo- ) + -sis -sisRelated forms:
par⋅al⋅lac⋅ti⋅cal⋅ly, adverb Ah yes, the intolerant parallax perspective of us human charter members of The Flat-Earth Society, Catholic and infidel alike.... Such persistance prevailing in forbidden sexual dialogue between parent and child, about the differences between what is good for one from beautiful nature, and that which which is harmful, condemning babies to perpetual angst in guilty self-pleasures and such..... leaving shame in just holding hands... Can we talk freely about our wonderful natural carnality with those who may actually know something of the subject? Thank you Vatican, and co-conspirators against our children. Not all have abandoned control, however.... only lucidity. Click on this image for a Christmas serenade from a different perspective...