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On Jul 16, 2017 david doane wrote:|
We're not unimportant in the sequence of the eternal everything. Each and every atom, cell, and being is important. As the author says, each dot and microdot in a painting is part of an intricate scene. Likewise, each of us is important, and the universe would be different without any one of us. The universe is expressing and evolving through each of us. As we know who we are, the universe knows who we are. I know life and the whole universe are fragile and existence is precarious. I know the earth and humanity could destruct or could go on and grow further. Still I have a grand vision for humanity. I learned long ago that growth is inexorable, that we are here to blossom and become all that we are, not just sustain and survive, and that learning stays with me. P.S. The bio says the author is an enthusiast of cognitive psychology. That's so narrow. Psyche is life, much more than cognitive. I recommend life psychology.
On Jul 20, 2017 Somik Raha wrote: