Sometimes I wonder.... what is this place I'm on? Outside of the words we've been taught to describe our surroundings, the interpretations we reflect off of one another, our own understandings and maps that we've been shown of our earth. If we didn't have any of these things to help us understand the world around us... how would we explain to ourselves this place we live on? I think to myself.... we used to think the earth was flat and it took us months to travel just across the sea. But here we are today and we can travel anywhere in the world within 24 hours by plane. We have found a way to take a trip that once took months to accomplish and turn it into a single day event. We are time travelers, we are learners, we are advancing. This place we are on, our earth, it's watched us grow and has been our home for thousands of years. Take it all in. Think about it. Explore your thoughts and embrace them. Sometimes I tend to suppress my deepest thoughts and theory's because I feel like we live in a world where the majority isn't ready to think so deeply yet. But that's where I hope I'm wrong.
I believe we all have thoughts like this, we just don't talk about them out loud as much because it's hard for our own brains to comprehend these unexplored ideas. Since these philosophical thoughts do not always have an answer, it's easier to ignore them. But the more we allow ourselves challenge and embrace our thoughts the further we can advance and grow together. The unknown can be scary and thinking deeply can become uncomfortable sometimes...but that's what learning is all about. Whatever we are on, whatever our purpose is here, whether it be individually or as a whole, I'm so excited to be a part of it.
Thanks for being here
I feel my purpose is to show readers and viewers different perspectives of the world through the eyes of others. Everyday I challenge myself to think of new theories and concepts, change-up my routine and viewpoints, and allow myself to be creative both mentally and physically. I feel knowledge is power and when we choose to evolve and understand ourselves, we choose to understand our world and the people in it.