If life were simple, evolution could not have created living things. Life itself, seemingly subconsciously for us, is constantly and continuously creating new habitat by making new connections and improvements to what already exists. The further evolution proceeds, the more complex the components of the effects of already existing changes become. Similarly, as we grow older, we gain experience that enables us to perform activities that would not be possible without that experience. The tragic is only that such trains of thought can never develop without the already developed progress of our civilization.
The bigger the destination is, the harder are the requirements to reach it. Everything that a person has achieved in life, or still wants to achieve, is usually realized through structured work towards the desired goal. The more one would like to achieve, the more components of reality must be aligned with the desired goal in harmony with the external environment, without negative effects emanating from these components on the way to the goal. So, if you have a goal in mind that you want to achieve, then with every day that you let pass without working towards the goal, you lose a piece of potential that will allow you to achieve the goal without complications. That is why we often fail when we rush to reach a particular target.
Thoughts consist of a foundation, illusions consist of air. It is important in life to think about what has substance and consists of real facts, and what does not. Who in life develops too much curiosity about things that could possibly occur, or what could have happened, without dealing with the truth, ultimately deals with thoughts, which are simply not controllable.
Isn’t it somehow strange how it behaves with elements and the life if one puts these in correlation? Materials are to say lifeless, the life is in return penetrated by electricity, whereby we can perceive the life as alive. But without elements, from which the materials have originated, life could not exist. So, in order for evolution to come into being, something must have happened at some time, whereby it became possible for various elements to join together to form something, which we can understand as life in the simplest form known to us. Probably a life form which is comparable to bacteria. Unfortunately, science is not able to explain these processes exactly until today, and there are still only assumptions in the room. It remains certainly exciting, because through the past can be possibly brought into experience which ways are open to the mankind in the future.
Anyone who overestimates his own experiences and stumbles through them will afterwards regard them as worthless. You will never stop learning, and should therefore always have respect for life.
Could time be seen as a kind of substance that holds the components of reality together? Time cannot be grasped directly. However, we can perceive it through the continuous evolution of reality. Life grows out of itself, and materials in general change over time. Apparently, time is somehow anchored in all aspects of reality that we can conceive of. Even matters which we cannot understand yet, because we lack the foundation for it, can be guessed under circumstances with the right experience. And even if not, time allows, through small fragments, or components of it, to conclude something much larger, which is already hidden behind the hunch.
Memories are like an impression of time which can be covered by time, but cannot be changed instantly by changes in time. This theoretically means that time as we directly experience it consists not only out of the moment, but also through our thoughts about the future and memories from the past. Conversely, it also means that our view of the past and the future will change as we change our life path in the present. This is probably also a theoretical reason why changes often result in new and unexpected opportunities.
Since the view of reality consists partly of one’s own thoughts, one can also change this view by one’s own will. This sounds utopian at first, but it becomes more understandable when you think about people, who encounter situations, where they must choose between different views in order to move forward.
Feelings and Emotions can easily be misunderstood, they surround us in so many effects whose origin we overlook through the reality we have created for ourselves and through ourselves. Or in other words by their number of reasons and underlying memories simply can not perceive at all. Since we humans are not aware of this, or can not be aware of it, it is almost impossible to express ourselves clearly within a short time or to get to know each other.
Harmony and cohesion are a strange thing, both interact and yet one springs from the other. The positive cohesion of a group often forms a harmonic effect, whereby a goal can usually be achieved faster and more effectively. Harmony is probably similar to blind understanding, which can make it more difficult for a stranger to communicate with a group of people that is surrounded by something like harmony. This can create an impression of rejection, which ultimately can only be understood through self-protection of the persons concerned. We humans usually defend what has a positive effect for us without thinking about the fact that the circumstances were often not different for us in the past. The price of “being better” is often underpinned by one’s own life path, but it should be clear that one distorts oneself if what is said does not match what one has experienced.
We humans play with sounds and create music, primarily through emotions. On the other hand, in nature, sounds are found all the time without us humans being able to influence these processes directly. So where does sound come from, and where does the sound disappear to?
If everyone could do everything, there might be less individualism. We live in a time when many people express their own convictions far too often through external facts than through internal values. And individualism arises from one’s own convictions, not from external values. The fact is that nature is infatuated with individualism. Individualism is everywhere. The abstruse is that theoretically nothing is equivalent to another thing anyway. So we are chasing a property, which is anchored in ourselves by nature.
If sound triggers emotions, we humans would be better off spending more time listening to the sounds of nature. Maybe that’s why we shouldn’t be surprised that the sheer size of many cities creates an alienating effect.