How often do you wonder:
“What is going on?”
I often arrive at that place in the journey where I know nothing. It is like a cycle. I capture a significant amount of data, process it, understand it, and expand. Once I have processed and understood the new information, I capture more data and return to the point where I know nothing, and now it is time to repeat the process.
The more I program my brain to behave in such efficient manner, the more I am able to complete the cycle faster. There was a point I reached where I felt like it was possible to live this way. “Live and learn”, they say. I guess this is a more mechanical way of seeing experience; yet, I find it so rewarding.
The more we expand our minds, the more these develop skills and ways of interpreting events. The more perspectives we are able to experience, the more wisdom we achieve; the easier it is to survive the more situations. At the end of the day, we are here to evolve, and evolution itself is a survival trait we must embrace in order to escape the cultural background to which we have been conditioned since childhood.
Life is a journey of exploration. Stephen Hawking in his book The Grand Design, states: “We each exist for but a short time, and in that time explore but a small part of the whole universe. But humans are curious species. We wonder, we seek answers”. This is such a simple way to explain the complexity of experience itself. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we are always craving knowledge, explanations, truth.
And it is truth that hacks reality.