What is life REALLY all about?

I hear people ask, as I have myself, “What is life all about?”. And I think the most ironic thing about this question is that your life, is answering the question. Life is an experience. That’s something we can all agree on, right? Some would say bad, others would say good, underwhelming, exhilarating, and all things in between and beyond. One thing all humans share, is the ability to experience. We each share a unique experience. Our birth is the creation of a new set of eyes for our higher self to see through. What is this higher self? Our higher self is us. From the atoms that make us up, to the atoms that exist in the Universe, we are one. Everything is alive. Every single piece of matter vibrates. Look up the “Law of Vibration”. Everything moves, everything is alive. There are things our human eye can and cannot see. Because everything is alive it’s important to understand that everything has a unique perspective on life in the universe. Everything also has a unique perspective of death. It is that perspective, that is the experience. We often spend our whole life chasing something that is already in us, something that we already are. We spend time thinking that our way of life is right and just, when everyone exists for  a reason. There is no human life, more important than the other. Everyone fulfills a greater purpose. Everyone maintains a balance. When you die. You will understand. You already have understood. But once you are recycled back into life you are given another perspective. Another shot to have a perspective. So enjoy the one you are given now. Don’t be stuck in anguish, or hate, or guilt, for those feelings are void of love. You need to love life. Love the experience. Generate love, and receive it, and things will be better for you. Life is about living. You are what life is right now. The words are tough to find but I hope that this has given people some sort of description and idea.

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me!

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

Aron Turner – Words So Superb – Youniverse

3 important aspects of the human experience

– Thinking

– Feeling

– Perspective

Thinking is something that every human does, and it works in direct correlation with feeling. Your thoughts can influence how you feel about a situation, and in turn, your feelings can influence how you think about a situation. How and why you think how you do, is a reflection of your brain and how it was constructed at birth , the experiences that shaped how you respond and absolve situations, The perspective you remain in based on the response, and what you gather and learn from this perspective to either add to your plethora of knowledge , or ignore.

Feelings are the physical representation of thought. Feelings and thoughts both derive from the brain, and are related as such. With thoughts being the mental culmination and representation of your life, and your feelings being the physical expression of those same things. The more you are able to control your thoughts , the better you are able to deal with how you feel. You will always feel, that will never change. Feelings are the energy that pushes thoughts. The extreme compulsion and motor that drives the vehicle of perspective, with thoughts being the wheels. Feelings are very powerful, and should be respected as such.

Perspective is a unique energy signature given to every human being at birth. Just like a fresh set of eyes, or lungs, the ability to breath is the ability to see anew. Perspective is built upon a direct result of how you think and feel about any situation, but perspective is not entirely governed by these contingencies. For a change of perspective, much like the road you’re driving your vehicle of thought and feelings on, will alter what kind of wheels, and motor you need to traverse it. Without the perspective of being poor, is it possible to truly understand a perspective of it? no. But by increasing the thought and feelings around the topic, you can get to a point where the perspective can become digestible. As we gain new experiences, both “positive” and “negative” , We are able to add to our perspective , and use our thoughts and feelings to create a way of life based on the singular point of those three entities coming together.

In defining these three things, I hope to show the complexity and diversity that exists among human thought. Each of the topics I’ve described are broken down into further points. Feelings, thoughts, perspectives, break down into brain chemistry, experiences, wants, desires, connections, will, and man other categories. With each small change in any of these factors creates a different human and a different line running along the board of life. And as our lines cross, we share a human experience. One in which we evaluate, we judge, we form an opinion. a perspective, and choose to share, meet people that are like minded, or change people to be more like minded. We create a space in which we are the most comfortable with what we know, even if it’s knowing that we don’t. When you think about life from this scope, matters such as racism, poverty, sickness, death, life, and everything in between, become understandable in reference to how humans react to it, why they react how they do, and how we as a human race have gotten to where we are now. There is a balance to maintain, in which people exist on both sides of the spectrum, and play a role in the scale of life. But that will be discussed in chapter 2.