"If we knew what it was we were doing,
it would not be called research, would it?"
-- Albert Einstein
[Classic post from 5-17-17]
I finally figured out what it is about people who think they know what they are doing. It's not that they know what they are doing, but they seem to know how to imply via their actions that they do.
Truth is, they are all only doing research just like you and me. We're all doing research, trying to figure it all out, or at least a part of it. We're experimenting. They're experimenting. We're all doing research into what constitutes a good and fulfilling life within these organic suits.
This whole scene is experiential. Is one experience superior to another? One choice more appropriate than another? One decision that is the most correct of all? One life more worthy than the next? Absolutely not. That is the basis for the experimentation. Billions of experiments are in process at this moment, with billions more coming and going.
The only prize yielded is the experience. The only value is how it feels to you. And me. And they.
We Are Experiential Beings.
Spread Some Joy Today--by allowing and expecting joy as you move about the cabin.