The photo below, for instance, which appears to be of an empty room with a carpet and a curtain, actually contains a hidden cat.
And if this picture of a trashy couch with some pillows and soft toys could speak, it would divulge a secret that would amaze and frighten you. "There is also," it would say, in a whisper, "a cat here."
In this room, a paper bag has been carelessly tossed onto the floor. Nothing else of note appears to the casual observer. But is there more here than the eye can see?
And here, an empty bed cries out for the warmth of an occupant. "Will no one rest their weary limbs upon me?" it seems to implore. But hush! Look again. Not with your eyes, but with your inner sight. Is this bed truly as empty as it seems?
Here, a gentleman attends to his necessaries before embarking upon his day. Surely there is nothing else remarkable about such a common occurrence. Surely!
Our bathrooms, after all, are sacred. The only places in this crowded world where we can truly be alone.
For, crowded as this world may be, it is ultimately in solitude that we must shuffle through our lives.