posted on Jun, 4 2009 @ 06:04 PM
The most important thing I have learned is to never stop asking questions. You must ask the questions that frustrate, that tie your soul in knots and
most importantly leave you breathless.
These questions often remain unanswered due to depth and dependency on others for pertinent information to complete the equation.
For years I was haunted by unanswered questions. I believed that every question had an answer and I would not rest until I received the intellectual
gratification I required.
Then I woke up and discovered a phrase that I had long held in contempt;
"I don’t know."
I don’t believe in fate. I am not a purveyor of religion. The infinite rainbow of the quantum world blinds me too much to be so arrogant. I believe
that something created the universe, or at least came before it. I believe that I do not have enough evidence to say what that is and nor do others
who claim to be in contact with him/it/her. I do not believe the creator is watching me and or intervening in my daily events let alone concerned with
Morals are a survival trait, without them the rest of the villagers would stone you.
Do I believe in Synchronicity? I’ll say I believe in the perception of synchronicity. Do I believe in Conspiracy? I define the lowest form of
conspiracy as two people planning a surprise party, so yes, the world is rife with conspiracy.
As an American with enough to eat, a home and vehicle etc I am already ahead of the great majority of the world in having time just to “think”. I
think about a great deal. From quantum physics to ancient civilizations to the environment and obesity with a sprinkling of UFO’s and the vastness
of the universe as related to me sitting and enjoying my roses I think. But I take it a bite at a time so as not to choke on life’s incredibly
Keep drawing air into your lungs my friend and don’t feed from the tree of knowledge so much that your stupor will make you unable to run from the
jackals. Fight the fight you can and chase not what you cannot catch, but most of all,
Enjoy this life and it’s many wonders!