Finding optimal rotation and translation between corresponding 3D points Last update: The corresponding points have the same colour, R is the rotation and t is the translation. We want to find the best rotation and translation that will align the points in dataset A to dataset B.
Carmen Jost In the last few months I have gone through the most impacting transformations that I have experienced thus far both personally and professionally. I moved across the Atlantic to start life anew…filled with lots of faith, hope, and love; a love that was sincere but also very frightened.
I arrived as a scared yet optimistic woman who had nothing to lose…except for her heart. But after the passing A fine line between love and months and a mutual decision, it was time to break our bond that held both of us together over for the past 5 years.
I gave wholeheartedly to a person who was so adamant of shielding himself from love and resisted it behind walls that would only crack every so often. Life revealed all the possibilities, help, and opportunities for us to grow this love together and individually. But it became clear; he hated to give and receive love and I hated the fact that I believed he could.
Only a bit more patience, I thought, but this left me depleted with no more to give. But the more I started to become resentful at his inability or desire to craft a relationship together with wholeness, the more he mirrored my inabilities of receiving and accepting love, too.
I began to hate myself for not being able to realize this. However, an agreed truth between us was this: The bond of our love was actually so gentle, kind, and respectful when we both would be at our best without hiding the true depth and beauty of our hearts and minds.
It was a love that I have never experienced before towards another person in my life and it was a love that has molded me into a strong, solid, and healthy woman who has healed her fragile pieces to create her wholeness.
Too many times we are so scared to reveal ourselves to others that the idea of loving someone and being loved by someone is not worth the risk and pain because inevitably all relationships end due to personal decisions or natural causes.
Maybe we were once or twice disillusioned by love that we make it our mission to never allow it to create suffering that we once felt. We as humans are the ones that create our experiences while feeling, interpreting, and rationalizing what loves means to us and how it makes us behave and react both inwardly and outwardly.
On the other hand, there are those who have made the choice to commit, honor, and love their partner whether for the duration of the relationship or until death do them part.
But again the fine line between love and hate reveals itself. The person we have vowed to love the most sometimes becomes the person we loathe the most. What we once thought what was so special about them becomes our greatest pet peeve and with time and resentment if not actively repaired togetherlove turns to despise.
This also can be said if we self-loathe and lack the capability of loving others and rejecting their affection for us.
We are shielding ourselves from the most pure and benevolent expressions and feelings that we as humans deserve and have the right to experience daily and unconditionally.
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But again the fine line between love and hate reveals itself. The person we have vowed to love the most sometimes becomes the person we loathe the most. What we once thought what was so special about them becomes our greatest pet peeve and with time and resentment (if not actively repaired together), love turns to despise.