What if each of us is a universe unto ourselves, and no truths can truly be shared, only individually discovered? (parenting is hard)
How do you know that your color blue is the same as my color blue, and does it matter?
There is a line that I can't stop thinking about.
"What assumption am I making, that I am not aware that I am making, that gives me what I see?"
Most of the world is imaginary, created in the small gap between sensory information coming in, and my brain's processing of that info... all the stories that I tell myself about "who I am", and what my world "IS" exist as filters between the actual information that comes in and the resulting thought I have.
What rules or "truths" am I assuming that aren't really...real?
It's possible that this puzzle will help you see what I mean... Connect these 9 dots, using only 4 straight lines, and without lifting the pen off the paper.
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