A blog by a human made me reveal the truth about life for once and for all. The world wonâ€™t remain the same once this blog is published (because I heard somewhere that the world changes with every passing count of a second!). What is life? At some point of time this question hits you. […]
A blog by a human made me reveal the truth about life for once and for all. The world wonâ€™t remain the same once this blog is published (because I heard somewhere that the world changes with every passing count of a second!).
What is life?
At some point of time this question hits you. It hits everyone. For some, the impact lasts only for those ten minutes that they spend at the funeral procession of their best friendâ€™s mother. For some it lasts till they die finally, without any satisfactory answer of course.
Letâ€™s assume an answer exists for this question. And letâ€™s also assume that the answer is a universal truth (without getting into the validity of the existence of â€˜universal truthâ€™ itself). Based on these two assumptions let me propose my hypothesis about life.
Thereâ€™s a creature somewhere. It exists not in some space that science has defined and it lives not in the way the time is perceived by us. But that creature is there; somewhere; and may be not just one, but many more of them. These guys out there in the undefined space and existing in an undefined timeframe are into some experiment. They had generated a random self-sustained process some â€˜timeâ€™ back (time here and for that matter anywhere in this article should be considered just an English word and its scientific interpretation should be ignored).
Life is nothing but the result of that experiment. We, the human beings are the result of that experiment.
The guys who devised the setup for this experiment made sure that those who had acquired life, tried to retain it for some â€˜timeâ€™. It can never be found out how they ensured this but it does work. Talk about human beings. They fear death. Everyone fears death naturally. Had this not been the case, this experiment would have had stopped â€˜long backâ€™. They would have had nothing to observe; no readings to take; no conclusions to make.
If one goes by this flawless hypothesis, interesting conclusions can be made. Some of them are:
- Everything that happens is hundred percent random or at most pseudo-random. It is difficult to find out the exact way all this works but itâ€™s mostly free-flowing.
- We have no reasons to worship those who created us. The Creatures!!
- There is nothing called â€˜a purpose of lifeâ€™ that we really need to find. The observers will note down all we do and whatever we do is supposed to be random. As human beings we can always look for a purpose but it doesnâ€™t matter much whether we succeed or not. We tend to look for a purpose because of some minor flaws in their experimental setup. Ideally we are supposed to look at the world only with our senses (touch, sound, sight, smell etc.). But we do feel a few things without the need of any of our senses. The question about the purpose of life comes from this feeling itself. And this is it.
- Amrit is hazzzar jobless in life. But then thereâ€™s a limit!