posted on Apr, 6 2008 @ 04:20 PM
reply to post by samureyed
There is always something bigger behind the small things we see.
An ant may just be an ant to some, but to you, and the ant, an ant is a major part of the complete structure.
Where would we be with no ants?
Where would the Titanic and the world be now if the largest parts of icebergs were above water?
Seeing the world from a different point of view is a styruggle at times as trying to fit your thoughts and opinions into every day society is hard
As much as you sympathise with everyone and feel the pain of others, you see things in a way that disconnects you from the hurt and the pain (and
other emotions) whilst being an observer of the greater 'over all' picture.
Very much a 'if this had not happened, we wouldn't be where we are today' type of philosophy.
All things to to and end, some things just take a lot longer than others.