I’ve been thinking, thinking about how life really works. In every hour that passes a healthy infant is born, and under normal circumstances, grows. There’s nothing you can do about it. It just don’t stop. At a certain age, a normal child will walk, talk, run. There’s nothing you can do to stop it. Then come the terrible twos and the teen age terrible twos, and there’s not much you can do about those things either. No one did ever has found a way to stop them. Then we get older. Surgery can tighten a person’s skin, make and look them young but the person has still aged and even if after a million treatments, a person looks younger (not like him/herself anymore, just younger), they are still older and there’s nothing you can do about it. Then you die and there’s nothing you can do about that, whether you’re young or old. Death just happens. We can never hide or run from it.
Basically we are just running through our programs. We go through a lot of stages that we are programmed to go through. Then the program shuts down. We live in this life given from our God above, but our lives is a program we don’t have control over. You can keep yourself in the best shape possible and do all sorts of things but the program is running on its own. Some people wish they were shorter, some wish they were taller, had different colour of eyes, but it is all set and there’s nothing we can do about it. We have experiences, we decide on the things that we want to think. Admit it, sometimes we tend to over think. We are deciding. But this I will tell you, in most cases the program is deciding the things for us. It gives its own opinion. And when we try our very best to interfere with it and then all sorts of problems arise. *Sighs. We are animals and like all the other animals we are simply going through these different kind of motions. You can call it instinct, I guess. You can call it a tree, name it. You can call it anything. But it’s what it is and we are not in charge of it. It runs on its own. Life, the universe itself might all just be in the same experiences like us. That’s not a bad think. It’s just something to think about.