Dictionary.com defines an illusion (noun) as:
- something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality. 2. the state or condition of being deceived; misapprehension.3. an instance of being deceived (sic. among many, many other definitions).
Last weekend I attended an event at a huge health facility. At ~high noon~ everything was completely stopped, the floor cleared and there was a demonstration in the center ring. 3, 4 different activities which were claimed to be demonstrations of deep mystical skill(s) were shown… Very standard silliness… total illusion and was unfortunately, complete fraud! But since then I’ve been thinking…
What in diabetes do YOU consider “illusion”?
Something you consider “smoke and mirrors”… a trick? Something that you don’t believe is truly real but maybe want to believe in anyway? Certain diabetes ~misdirections~ perhaps?
Anybody have “illusions” re: their diabetes, or diabetes in general?