The thing that baffles most people is simple why or reason. We usually can figure out how, or what, or who, but the sparsity of why beckons humans to run to a corner and demand an explanation. Within the definition of many institutions we can find our corners more narrow or broad respectively, never the less, humans place themselves in these corners whenever they ask why or desire a reason. But, is it wrong?! Surely, there are people who don’t dare as question what is. They generally “go with the flow” and, often, are a bit dull. They are what I call “room fillers” because they are important for the energy and essence of human beings as their sheer simplicity and naivety counter acts the luring harps chords of reason. It is the desire and envy that become the definition of “wrong” or anti-human aspects. And, I mean these aspects to be of their extremity. Should naivety be questioned for it’s severity of participation in humanity it is only less disarming because it creates a type of anti-naivety by simply being what is. Whereas, desire and jealousy in their aspects do create a sort of anti-desire, which is repulsion. And, it is in the creation of the antithesis of the negative aspects of these human quests that provoke yet another possibly destructive aspect. This is why reason becomes so delicious, because it can never be tasted even to the point of gluttony or negativity. We can not know too much because we do not know too little. It’s in the balance of creating our corners that keep us safe from the reality of how much we really don’t know. And because of this, we’re often surprised by the dark aspects expressed by others because from our corner of knowledge we attempt to project and expect goodness and light therein. When a girlfriend leaves for another or a child is abandoned, we stand in our corners and demand or cry out “why?!”. “Why do you not love me?!” “Why god did you let this child experience this?!” Most people find reason in a greater good, or higher purpose. And this is precisely my point, that in knowing we find what we don’t know, or can’t know. When a solution or institution or reason surface our awareness, it will simply entertain more of what we don’t know. Humans that live in the naive contentment of the unknown are not burdened by their inability to satiate any resonating desire or hunger for knowledge. In their corners, the corners don’t exist or are entirely boxed. It’s really a matter of knowing that there can not be corners or boxes within reason or the why, and, thus, in their simple existence they’re never panged to seek nourishment because they don’t feel their hunger. It exists. It is a natural part of humanity to wonder why and find reason, but I believe we can chose to entertain what we want in our corners or what may stab us in the back later. The balancing line of the known and unknown, defined by the life and death of awareness, constructs the necessity for institutions, friendships, and hope. All of which are below.
Not in this picture haha. No, this is a picture of me wondering why the past never happened, and the future will never come. I looked at my jewelry and the hole in my back and realized I had been in my own corner with blinders to truth. But, there’s no excuse because I should have known that the natural order of things would lead the least expected. Though if I were to have known what would have happened then there wouldn’t be aspect of the need to know. With necessity, we are full and nothing needs us.
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