It would be a presumptuous yet fair statement, to say that we all have a preconceived notion of what we
There was a time when as the stars passed by in the night outside my window, I would stare out
There is a reason the question, “What is the meaning of life” has been around since we could perceive our
As you look into the night sky; and remark on the beauty of the universe in the shape of stars and nebula, you may at some point if given enough time, come to a realisation. These beautiful wonders, that have guided humanity since the dawn of our time, that have inspired poetry and created great works of art; may no longer be there. ..
Your memory is the rationality, by which your reason is based upon.
“You are under no obligation to be the same person you were five minutes ago”
– Alan Watts
At some point, you glance over, and see that a train is approaching. It is not your train, and it does not stop at this station so it’s going at a fairly high speed. And although you are happy, a coldness washes over you. You stare blankly at the lights on the front of the train. And from somewhere in the attic of your mind, you suddenly think, “Jump.”
What are you worth? …
This topic was brought about by a conversation I had with some close friends, where I proposed them the following scenario with a single question;
As you look up at the stars, in the dark of the night, you notice how many there are, and although they seem to go on indefinitely; you begin to count.
And after a while of counting, you will at some point, begin to wonder.