Trajk Logik wrote:Are you not sharing ideas with others? Why do you have the need to share ideas with others?
Life for human consciousness is endowed with the unavoidable capacity to be mentally distracted, and is likened to being inside a vast library stored with an infinite amount of stimulating information. The mind scans for information that suits it's immediate needs, it filters out the rest as irrelevant. The only way the mind can feel alive is when it surfs the vast array of information either from it's own memory or from the ideas of other people whether those people are dead or alive. Without the story book of ideas to play with, what are you? ..all relevant meaning is ascribed simply because the mind likes to identify with ideas as if they were real things, hence why we're all in love with our own personal story...the one we make-up from our ''thinking'' imagination, sourced here in nowhere land..otherwise who, what, or where the heck are we?
The reason to share ideas with others is for the same reason people walk into the local library and pick up a book full of other peoples ideas, we love ideas, they're what makes us feel alive, we buy into ideas, believe them and live by them, and we call that reality. Basically, we buy into a totally fabricated and made-up reality that has nothing to do with how real reality is actually presenting itself...but ignore real reality, preferring to choose the fantasy one we make-up as a collective consciousness. The human world right now is appearing the way it is with all it's beliefs, laws and conditions because that's how we've programmed it to look and feel by collectively agreeing and approving it, and nothing can be changed about that - unless we decide we don't like it anymore, so until we change our thinking patterns, it's same old,same old...same as it ever was.
The good news is no one is actually in charge of the world, so we are free to think how we like, thinking is very private and free of charge. Every one of us is a unique mutation of pure creative potential, and yet we are systematically squeezed into tiny box thinking even before we've left the womb, we are basically made stupid before we're even born by man-made human expectations of how we are supposed to look, think, feel or act etc, but thank God for the emergency escape plan that is available to us all...namely, no one ever wins the game of survivor so it's okay to not take yourself and others seriously.
Trajk Logik wrote: You seem incapable of elevating yourself above your own words to see your own contradictions.
Well, I just see through the absurdity of trying to conceptualise the non-conceptual. No one is forcing us to enter the library, but if it holds a special meaning and the mental stimulation becomes too irresistible then go ahead and fill your boots.