"You can't be what you can't see." These words have lately taken on a fresh meaning in my own life, and inevitably, I'm more compelled to see these words manifest in the lives of others around me as a result. You can't be what you can't see: it is true for all of us -- we rely on stories, examples, leaders or, in the purest, most basic form, images that inform us about who we are and what our potential is, and without these, we are left unaware and unable to be that which we cannot see.
can't move the screen image-display. I hover the mouse-arrow over the edge, to drag the screen inwards and it won't work. Neither the left side, nor the right, nor the top or bottom. I need to be able to do this because my monitor have a graphics error on the far right side of the screen-display that covers about two inches in width the whole length of the right side of my window screen image, so I can not see where to put my mouse cursor in order to scroll up and down. Plus, sometimes I want to make the window image shorter or longer again, and I can't even do that. It seems like it is a "settings" issue. Just don't know how to enable it. Please help.
In the previous post, we discussed what the eyes can reveal to you about yourself once you take a long look in the mirror. What about what your eyes cannot see? It has often been quoted that what the eyes can’t see, the heart feels and the mind follows. You may want to ask, how can you get your mind to follow something that your eyes cannot even see? In order to do this, it requires that you have faith in yourself. Without faith, convincing your mind to follow what your eyes cannot see can develop into an extremely daunting task. Why is this you may ask? This happens because the eyes sometimes cannot see what the heart is feeling. The limited vantage point of the eyes can become a barrier for the heart as well as for the mind.
Check whether you can now see pictures. If you still cannot see pictures, you must do some advanced troubleshooting. If you are not comfortable with advanced troubleshooting, you might want to check the "Next Steps" section for some other resources that you can use for help.