I believe that in some point in time or another our worlds are connected through just that, the worlds themselves. We all live in our own little worlds. Daily we work, we travel, we eat, we sleep, and we play. Even with all those interactions we only allow certain people to enter *our* worlds. Which in turn two worlds(sometimes even more) interact and connect through a physical and mental level. Any thoughts?
Methinks thou hast found the Grail, sire! Gadzooks and Eureka! Careful, it is a tightrope you are walking, the Razor's Edge. Just make sure of your footing. You are almost ...there! Deep thought. Peace
I allow for error, But trial is a distant cousin. Thou hast chasten thy sight so thy might understand what he feels. The pain is no burden, it is the rest from the burden to walk again that stings. : ) And to you DD
that is so true...we are all but derivatives of a single universal equation so in that sence we are all connected not only humans but every creature residing in any world at all.... well individually we have our own conscious as as well so when we are overly engrossed into our own self that is when we are living in our own world....and when we strive to understand and align ourselves to the velocity of greater conscious we become a part of collectivity
I believe we create world realities everyday. The many worlds we live in are parallel but only in our individual consciousness. We are all expressions of life and that gives us world creating ability. Beyond this physical realm lies the realm of many possibilities, we come from there and we will all return there to further our participation life.
I've always thought of our personal worlds as houses. Some leave most people standing on the porch with the door half closed, some people easily open the door and invite everyone into their living rooms and a few people have the poor taste to invite us all into their bedroom way too early for comfort.
If you could describe a world you would love to live in how would it look?My world would be where there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are...
This is a topic I am forever mulling over in my curious mind; I'm just as curious to know what everybody else thinks about this? Where will we be as a race in 500 years time? Will we still be here?Will we have achieved...