In the perspective of this world I think we can say that there are two types of people. Those who don’t have any problem but constantly look for them and those who don’t want any problem but they always find them. I definitely belong to the second group.
A “Human Being” is not an animal body, but information which in principle will be able to exist in any carrier and even without it, in any space, dimension. As Norbert Wiener, the founder of cybernetics, argued, a “human” can be passed at any distance (meaning that a human being is information, not protein formation).
- Michael Laitman, PhD
Do you define yourself as a victim of the world—or the world?
- Alan Watts (via lucifelle)
Many people go out to the streets asking for equality for everything. I agree they are doing it with their best intentions. However, equality is not a good approach to solve any human problem. Why? Because we are not equal. We are not the same. Everyone has their own opinions, ideas, thoughts, perspectives, desires, dreams,… and this singularity is something to be appreciated and not eliminated nor feared. We are all different, we have our own skills, some better, some worst than others but, in that sense, we are the missing part of someone.
Equality is a surface without any point for connection. If everyone were equal in relation to the others then nobody would need anyone, then we would die completely alone or we would never be born at all.
That’s why singularity is a great thing. We can connect with each other because we are different, because we can share experiences and perspectives with each other to improve ourselves and enjoy. However, what really needs to be equal is our view, our global goal to live together in a dream world.
Having said that I would add that difference should be supported and respected and we should unite with our differences and build a world where we could live happily together, because, one way or another, either we want it or not, we are always dependent on someone else. Peace.
Who am I…? Seriously… What am I doing here? Does it matter whether I’m alive or not? In the realization of my insignificance against the vastness of the Universe, does my existence really matters?
Not only creating in the sense of adding new concepts to your ever growing mental definitions of the world but actually reinventing yourself from time to time. To have all your beliefs broken at certain times, to despair with it, to get lost with it, and to find a new way of looking at life, a new way of having this experience, a new way of you.