you're seeing things

you're seeing things

You're making things up or seeing things that are not real. There's no dog in the back yard, you're seeing things. You're seeing things—there's nothing going on between Bill and me.
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You might not like what I'm about to say, but it sounds to me as if it's run its course and you're seeing things that are making you question whether this has the potential to be a longterm thing or not.
CAN you be sure you're seeing things as they are or are you getting news second-hand?
I think that anybody creative should constantly be looking outward for inspiration because it's everywhere, and when you travel it's even more heightened because you're seeing things you've never seen.
Ensure you're seeing things from their point of view and not just your own.
He explained that while the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seems like a very tricky and contentious issue, that it was actually aACAyvery simple'."When you're on the ground and you're seeing things in terms of black and white, and just the human side of the story, the massive death toll, the massive level of destruction, it doesn't matter what your politics are," he said.
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If you're seeing things that seem too good -- or too ridiculous -- to be true, they probably aren't.
So, you're seeing things like automatic guided vehicles moving supplies into the hospital and bringing laundry or food trays back down to the warehouse.
When you work to make that chatter conscious, when you choose to act instead of react, when you respond to situations rather than react, you're not looking at the world with rose-colored glasses or with blackened ones: you're seeing things as they really are and making realistic and positive decisions about how to respond.
'You're seeing things mate,' said the newspaper and magazine seller, 'you need to go and see your doctor.' Frank apologised, and wandered off to work, but as he was about to leave the train station, he heard the voice on the tannoy announce: 'Frank Giffard is an adulterer!
He said: "We've gone from the early searches of Yahoo and MSN to the search-and-share phase, and now we're moving into a search, share and activate phase, where you're seeing things start online and move offline.
"Especially if you're seeing things more and recognizing things, learning how to run routes.
You're seeing things from a well-rounded viewpoint now, so the transformation you've been waiting for isn't far off.
You're seeing things from a much more grounded perspective now.