@One Eyed Mind,
I generally applaud your attempts to transcend "norms" of thought, but I suggest to you that such attempts are ultimately futile because language
which (perhaps arguably*) is the vehicle
for thought, is always acquired through socialization. If you read up on recent philosophers such as Rorty** or Derrida, they imply that your very terminology such as "clarity" or "eye" are aspects of Greek philosophy residual in modern Western language.
(By drawing your attention to this issue I am attempting to conform with the mission statement of A2K in providing "expertise" as a counter to your "one-liner").
* The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis.
** "Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature".