The mind is a blank space.
Initially devoid of activity, as one is birthed into the world. Chaos as life is given to the newborn, the mindspace loses it’s blank innocence and gets subjected to the turmoil of numerous emotions and thoughts.
The product of love’s intimate passion suddenly feeling what it means to be alive. So it learns as it gets given an orientation. Male or female, the mind space takes shape. It changes as the body changes.
It learns as the body learns.
It grows as the body grows.
And down the line, the once blank space is filled and painted with experiences of years past. There is knowledge on the wall as the body that once knew nothing now knows something.
Not quite good, not quite bad, but then again, morality lies at the feet of the person in question.
I don’t know why I wrote the above bit.
I just felt like it, to be completely honest with you.
As someone who spends the bulk of time talking to themselves
*points to self*, the above is an example of the random things I think about.
On a grander scale, it helps put things into perspective as to how humanity might be of the same species, but our likes and dislikes and wants and needs and experience make each and every one of us completely and utterly unique.
And yet in this uniqueness, the evolution theory will demand I put it down to the probability of chance and the result of two massive elements colliding together in an unnatural force of nature that eventually led to our births, millions of years after the earth decided to cool down and become a planet, instead of retaining its gaseous nature.
The likelihood of life, the calculations pertaining to the presumed ‘perfect’ nature of earth as to which to create life.
There are many things about us as humans and about the world we live in that we don’t know about.
I am of the personal belief that we are not meant to, the same way I am of the personal belief that there are some things we are better off not knowing.
The calculations for a nuke, for instance.
That is one knowledge I wish us, as a race, could forget.
Anyway, to summarise this random excursion into my mind;
– Each and every single one of us is unique and special, as there is no other us, than us.
– This world, the creation of it, is too perfect to be the produce of a random event, predating any recorded knowledge and resting on a theory.
– There are some things about us and this world that are still mysterious, some questions left unanswered, and my personal belief that we are not meant to know certain things.
– Personal opinion that there are some things best left as a mystery.