The closer you look at at the list, the more you realize that no names on it actually exist.
None of us know of our true history, what Earth really is, the full depths of the ethereal playground, what lies outside of antarctica, what the sun and moon actually are and why they do what they do, what lies outside of the firmament, where we are in the infinite fractal verse, and much more.
We barely know anything about ourselves and the more we learn about ourselves, the more we realize how much we really do not know.
Lots of the answers I’ve been seeking are not realistically obtainable, and that’s because I don’t need those answers. We’re exactly where we need to be on the timeline right now, we have to forget who we are to remember who we are. The realization is not possible without the illusion.
Accepting the mystery of life and flowing freely without needing to know the answers just feels so much better than actively obsessing over the answers.
You don’t need to define and verbalize everything. Any trick or skill is much more captivating to someone who’s never seen it before. If you’re a gymnast, you’re not fascinated by someone doing a backflip. If you study density and buoyancy, you’re not surprised to see million-pound clouds floating in mid air.
Someone’s going to misconstrue this and make this about me so let me make this clear beforehand- I am not on this list either. I learn new things every day, my perspective is constantly evolving, my innerstanding of reality is maturing with every breath.
As soon as you think you know everything or that you’ve figured it all out, you stop growing. If you’re not growing, you’re stagnating/rotting.