We’re just pattern recognition machines, looking to solve and conquer the patterns around us. Boredom is a result of mastery, frustration/confusion is the result of over complexity.
“By self alone is evil done, by self alone does one suffer. By self alone is evil left undone, by self alone does one obtain salvation. Salvation and perdition depend upon self; no man can save another.”
And actually I think the two combined are a one-two punch. The ability to print your own devices and then embed a small mini computer in them has a lot of potential.
Sometimes that reason is because you’re stupid and make bad decisions…
In every work of genius we recognize our own rejected thoughts: they come back to us with a certain alienated majesty.
It is the mark of the mind untrained to take its own processes as valid for all men, and its own judgments for absolute truth.
Its safer to believe in God from a mathematical point of view
If you believe in God and when you die nothing happens. The atheist is right but no one can tell you you’re wrong
If you believe in God and you’re right and die. God’s real and your not screwed over and get your ass kicked down to…
If only it were that simple… I believe they call this catholicism.
“We must embrace the reality that we are at the beginning of a global shift from copy to access: many of us will be happy with just having access to content, anytime, anywhere, on the best screen available, rather than wanting to ‘own’ (i.e. download) it. If ‘the cloud’ proves that it works we will make the switch - just like we switched from printed maps to navigation devices.”
It’s not about matter, just whether yours does.