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|Reviewed by Sandie Angel
The Stratus of Status often confuses the onlookers. It depends on where the onlooker stands and the angle in which he/she looks at the status from stratus.
For example, if you are high above where the stratus is, everything you see below is low; but if you are a sailor at sea, and you look up to see the moon and the mountain tops, everything is high to you.
There are many angles in which the perspective of one that many can see. Many points of views in viewing one object.
There is no high or low, it's just depending on where the point of vision is originated from.
Like in life, there are so many people with different points of views, each thinking that he/she is right, but in reality, right can be wrong, and vice versa.
That is just my humble opinion.
Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)