I’ve been thinking lately about the big questions: you know: why am I here, is there a purpose to life, does the fact my plastic body will never deteriorate mean that in some sense I’m immortal?
I know the ancients found answers in the stars and planets. They used their relative positions in the heavens to predict what would be as well as what to do and when. I guess they needed some assurance the universe wasn’t completely random; that there was a cosmic plan they could base their lives on that would ensure some stability and be some sort of guarantee that existence would be meaningful.
Later mystics organized the heavens into levels one could travel between by gaining secret knowledge rising higher and higher until one entered the throne room of God, where I suppose one could expect to gain a sense of the big picture, especially if God showed up.
I think if the heavens hold the answers, maybe we just haven’t arrived at the right place yet. Maybe in some future rotation of the earth through the universe we’ll enter a rarefied atmosphere where everything will become clear; where we’ll know for certain whether God or chaos rules.
Well, I’m not waiting around. I’ll center my mind, go with the flow, live my dreams and hope the ride isn’t too bumpy.
the winged creatures are fascinating to me…and i will be wondering about that sumo wrestler and his bird for the rest of the day…
Well, Zoe, I guess it’s hard to account for what appears during an ecstatic vision; I really can’t explain it myself.
ha! perfect answer 😀