It is not the truth that is holy, but the search for one’s own truth. Can there be a more sacred act than self-inquiry? Become who you are. And how can one discover who and what one is without the truth? — Friedrich Nietzsche
I am in love with people, with the universe and everything. I am very positively curious about people. When I write I get curious myself and I hope to arise curiosity also in the reader. There is actually not more interesting than other people. What is it like to be like someone else? Why do people choose and decide the way they do? What about ethics and morals? We are living on a planet that only a very few of us really explores during our life time, the origin of life: our emotions! Most people accepts what they see, but one day they will open their eyes and experience that the universe is constantly changing and taking us to unknown places. Congratulations. Today is your day. You’re off to great places. You’re off and away. OH. The places you’ll go! The day we starts to accept that asking questions concerning many of the established theories we will understand much more of what is really real. What is reality like.
But we are so scared of changes. We are scared of the unknown. And with the same ignorance as our forefathers(and mothers) we meet these changes with the same conviction as the old seafarers believing that if they sailed away from the known and into the unknown, the world as the knew it would end in an endless abyss. We need people, new explorers, travellers of our time, like Copernicus, Marco Polo and Galilei, to open up to a total new understanding of the universe and how we are all connected, they will make our souls visible. They will probably be declared to begin with as heretics, but you know what? What the eye does not perceive or observe does not stop to exist because of that.