““Read, every day, something no one else is reading. Think, every day, something no one else is thinking. Do, every day, something no one else would be silly enough to do. It is bad for the mind to continually be part of unanimity.”
— Christopher Morley”—
WAIT WHY ARE YOU TWO SO ADORABLE I CANT EVEN YOU SHOULD GO TO PARIS AND WALK AROUND IN THE RAIN AND GET PICKED UP BY A STRANGE CAR AND GO AND MEET THESE CRAZY WILD CHARACTERS LIKE THE FITZGERALDS AND DALI N SHIT WHY ISN'T THIS A MOVIE SOMEONE SHOULD MAKE THIS A MOVIE
““I think it’s much more interesting to live not knowing than to have answers which might be wrong. I have approximate answers and possible beliefs and different degrees of uncertainty about different things, but I am not absolutely sure of anything and there are many things I don’t know anything about, such as whether it means anything to ask why we’re here. I don’t have to know an answer. I don’t feel frightened not knowing things, by being lost in a mysterious universe without any purpose, which is the way it really is as far as I can tell.”
― Richard P. Feynman”—
Just as a particle travels all possible paths simultaneously and then finally traverses one alone, what if reality is the same way? What if I do all possible things simultaneously and my mind ultimately chooses one, not because I had an option, though? There is a mind for every possible scenario, and each mind is confined to its own reality. So, we are simply not aware that we are doing everything.
At any given instant, an arrow in flight is where it is, occupying a space equal to itself. It cannot move during the instant, for that would require the instant to have parts.
This seems to mean that motion is impossible. Aristotle writes, “If everything, when it is behaving in a uniform manner, is continually either moving or at rest, but what is moving is always in the now, then the moving arrow is motionless.”
Bertrand Russell adds, “It is never moving, but in some miraculous way the change of position has to occurbetween the instants, that is to say, not at any time whatever. … The more the difficulty is meditated, the more real it becomes.”