Why would it have to be one or the other?
This feels kind of like a question Kwai Chang Caine would ask… gonna have to think about this one for a while.
Mind = Blown
Wow… This left me with so many thoughts! Also I love that perspective where the kids are drawing on their desks! Very cool~
They are all drawing the same thing :) Thanks!
We all live in the Human Universe.
Well animals in this comic :)
They way I see it, we are all inseparable from each other. Our actions and interactions all have consequences. Whether they inspire others or cause them to react violently or with malice, or even cause them to have an epiphany. I think that in a way, with each new generation, humanity grows and changes. I don’t think it can be qualified as good or bad, but there is an evolution, not at the genetic level, but culturally. We’re still separate from each other, but we’re not alone. The way I look at it, we all live in our own world, as defined by our mind, constantly changing and never quite the same as anyone else.
So, were all the same, connected, but perceive ourselves as different. Interesting.
Growing up, the reverse felt true to me, with the fear that no one was truly unique, as all humans fall into some sort of genetic/biological/neurological template. I always valued uniqueness and individuality, over one-sided stereotypes and cultural/social-conformity. Today, it feels like my old fears are true…
I find that as we get older, we really start to define ourselves and actually grow to be more unique from each other :)
“It’s just a ride” ~Bill Hicks
“Don’t take life too seriously. You’ll never get out alive” – Bugs Bunny
Was that girl in the bus your cousin?
Nope, she was the girl that lived down the street from me, and yes, there are some stories about her in the works. She also appeared in the short “video games” (along with her brother).
Hmm, have you been reading anything interesting lately?
Just trying to think more :)
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