When are we going to realize there are no replays in life
We seem to be in a strange time when everything has been done and there is nothing left to do....but is this true?
Considering how great The Universe is, and how tiny our portion of it is, I dont know how anyone could say that.
I,m sure when man invented the wheel, or discovered fire, there was somebody asking the same question.
Life progresses, and our knowlege of it progresses also.
That's how it was, and that is how it always will be, so long as humans are about.
i guess it is a mystery for us, the world we live in s filled with unanswered questions. until we are able to unravel the mystery about our preexistence history, we may never know that there are no replays in life.
Of course not. 150 years ago, the president of the US patent office wanted to close the office; because he thought there was nothing useful left to patent. And wasn't he proved wrong? There are so many things left unexplored, in space, but more importantly our oceans. There are always ways to better things, make everyday tasks simpler, and improve our standards of living. They have just begun to make sheet protector think plastic TV screens, that are bendable in every way, and are starting to accommodate them in small efficient laptops. Never mind how much we have to progress in the area of robotics, and also architecture. To say that everything has been done, my good sir, is absolutely ludicrous!
I don't know! Tell my high school students that! With all of us that have already been there and done that you'd think our students would be so much better. They're not. They are lazier than we ever were and most concerned with socializing, Ipods, and cell phones. I never failed classes, but too huge a percentage of my students are failing with a week left.
“The state of your life is nothing more than a reflection of your state of mind.” (Wayne Dyer)
Some will get there too late.Some will never come.Some don't care at all.Some just make excuses and others was not meant to believe at all.Which is which is a matter of choice.
When everything is over on our death beds, then we will contemplate everything we have done and haven't done.
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