Nothing is seperated from one another, it's all one big machine. It works together as it grows together, it never dies yet it never really lives, it just is, always has been. That is life, that is existance. Infinity: the idea of something that always grows and never dies Time to us is moving, yet in a true perspective, time is never in motion, it's visable like a photo. Using the theory that everything is a larger version of the small, the universe is also a photo which can be viewed all at once, never in motion We just 'are', all different in different perspectives and different perspectives of 'different'. Reality's true perspective is just an entity in stasis, like a photo containing everything that has been and everything that will be.
I was watching a show this morning about the recently hung parliament and how they wish to improve this country with religious views on life and education. These people have power over our very lives and they think that every human being is born innocent and free of sin?! They still believe that the word 'criminal' is a justified way of labeling someone who purposefully, maybe even accidentally wishes to explore different curiosities. This does not make the person bad or impure, if anything it makes them more so human. For example, murder is one of a humans most basic instincts.
Why do we still lock people in cages like animals? Where are the rehabilitation clinics replacing all of the prison systems? They should teach psychology in every school to kids from the youngest of ages. They need to be taught why they bully, how it's hurting someone, why it's hurting someone, etc...
If this show is called The Big Questions, why are they not talking about religion, the existence of life and world peace? Stop hiding behind the false idealism that's protecting you from the meaningless of existence and open your mind! You're all in denial! There is no magical being living above the clouds protecting your every move, you are completely and utterly alone! The sooner we all understand that, the sooner we can get on to solving the real questions!
Why aren't I happy? I have everything I could ever want, but I'm unhappy. I've been exercising and working hard at my job, I have education now and enough free time to watch movies and play games, but I haven't felt happy since I moved into my flat last year.
:D Lots of hard work to keep me busy! Blockbuster is fun, renting and watching lots of movies and games for free before they're released. Yaay! UP was awesome, like the funniest movie ever. <:
Now playing Darkham Asylum for seven days straight. Best game ever made!
Imagine there is no such thing as free will, that would mean there was no random the fact that we rely only on our instincts. This would mean we are a single material with no purpose or meaning, it would also mean our future has already happened. The universe has obviously evolved enough to make this theory somewhat possible, which would mean that it's already experienced the future we cannot prevent. Everything is circular in a way, it's the way the pattern of evolution has manifested it's self. We create beings in mechanical form, the universe creates beings in organic form, if there were no free will then what makes humans different to evolution it's self? We would both be material, we would both cause effect in the exact same way. So then, what makes humans different from existence it's self? Fourth dimensional thinking makes this difficult to comprehend, but if we're exactly the same as existence, we have no meaning, no purpose and our future has already happened, this means that everything is connected and has already happened, we just experience it as it's happening, as 'time' because that's how our dimension works. It means that everything and nothing exists, we are alive and dead, we are a single being and can never be separate. It also explains why we believe we have control over our actions towards other objects and beings, because they are us. We are effecting ourselves in ways that have already happened. We are aware of the effect and so it feels like it separates us.