“A man is but a product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes.” ~ Mahatma Ghandhi (1869 – 1948)
It never ceases to amaze me on how people think and feel. You can have an opinion on one thing and someone gets butt hurt about it. Meanwhile, someone else will totally or partially agree on it. Or there will be a civilized discussion about the disagreement.
Some things in life are easier to see than others. Some people see the ideas (system, notions, whatever you want to call it) better than others. Some things are just never meant to be understood, and that goes with people. This is why I’m incredibly open minded. I sometimes see life in ways no one’s ever thought of. Or, maybe few have thought of it but have shot the idea down. I’ll admit, though, that I can’t even understand myself sometimes. I’m sure there are others who feel the same. I see life like one huge puzzle, and actually a rather strange and paradoxical one at that. All the logical notions fit together and form connections, while the illogical ones are tossed out the window. However, sometimes even the illogical ones seem to be logical (see what I mean?).
One thing that I’ve just asked myself today while talking with an online friend is why some brains were meant to think complex while others were meant to think simplicity. It doesn’t even end there. They say that simplicity is always the best, but sometimes simplicity IS complexity. Mind blowing, isn’t it?
It’s amazing if and when you think about it because while we don’t always think the same, when we do the greatest and most astonishing thoughts are realized. The only problem with life being a huge puzzle is that it’s so enigmatic and abstract that some questions were never made to be answered, and thus if the sub-puzzles aren’t solved, there really is no solution to the whole thing.