We live in a universe that is simply riddled with all manner of subatomic particles all dancing and capering about everywhere. We interact with (I’m guessing) several billion of them on a moment to moment basis. In other words, all these little buggers are bouncing off of us all the time. Every time you move or breathe or even think, you alter the course of several subatomic particles. These subatomic particles then go and bounce off of a bunch of other subatomic particles and so on, until eventually every single subatomic particle in the universe has been affected. Every time you wave your hand, or cough, or click your mouse button, you inevitably alter the course of EVERYTHING. This may seem rather silly and useless, but it’s not. For you have no way of knowing how many stars and black holes you created just by logging on to your computer. Think about what would’ve happened if you weren’t there, if you didn’t exist.
The very basis of existence is creation. I truly believe that we play an important role in the universe as a counterpoint to entropy. That our purpose, if there is such a thing, is to create, and to create in such a way as to maximize the creative potential of all beings. Well, that’s neither here nor there. I really don’t have the energy right now for a lecture on social ecology. Plus, I know close to nothing on the subject. plus, I’m tired, very tired. And sleepy.
P.S. this Terrence McKenna-y crap is not going to be the norm of this blogatorium. See, when I get delerius from sleep deprivation I tend to babble this psuedo-spiritual Hoo_ha, along with countless Simpson’s quotes.
Oh yeah, and as soon as I figure out how to, I’m gonna change the name of this thing to Blather-fest.
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