Heights tier wider Details ever decreasing Perspective matters
I think one of the things we've lost an appreciation of is the fact that we all perceive the world differently. We have lived different lives, we have different ways of seeing and hearing plus different ways of processing those inputs. What this means is that when we disagree it might be that we're talking at cross purposew or even that we are agreeing but are unable to explain things in the same way.
The painting is a representation of a tiered amphitheatre. Some people are viewing a play from the cheap seats in the Gods, others cheap seats standing at the stage, whilst others have better seats up to the perfect view. Everyone experiences the same play and heats the same words and sees the same actions (unless disability is a blockage to that), but everyone will notice different aspects and remember even more variances.
Does this resonate with you?