What way do you choose to see the world? The course of a life becomes beset by many diversions some of which are a direct result of taking on tasks and routines that are completely new to one or that despite knowing otherwise, one takes on again and again. The greater the number of experiences of the years, the more set in one’s way of handling situations one tends to become. The larger irony of civilization appears to be is that sometimes a very few individuals are cast into a role where their individual actions have a direct effect upon the fate of uncountable millions of others. Case in point, the airmen of the USS Enterprise who flew their Dauntless bombers against the Japanese fleet in the battle of Midway in June 1942. A couple score of American pilots literally determined the course of that war in favor the the United States. Had they not sunk the bulk of the Japanese carrier fleet, the outcome might have been very different for millions of Americans who survived the war. And yet, we are talking about regular human beings?
In a less dramatic sense of same, a human generally has both apogee and perigee in the course of their existence. No one can say for sure at any given point at what point along the course of same things are hopeless or there is a complete confidence of continued uninterrupted success. Beyond, food, shelter and a certain degree of creature comfort, humans are really not in actual need of all the encumbering thoughts and abstract actions that many of us living in urban settings are obsessed with pursuing. Most of one’s energies are devoted to fulfilling self-created notions of success or avoiding equally compelling illusions denoting failure. This daily drama seems a 24/7 obsession of both the waking and the unconscious mind. The banality of sameness is not imposed by our surroundings but by ourselves. The situations of conflict and danger that one finds one’s self embroiled within are many times a result of repeating a pattern that after experiencing initially, one returns to engage in once again. This puts a whole new angle on the adage, “life is what you make it!”
In this sense, an awareness of one’s personal responsibility allows them to evolve into a more desirable framework per their immediate circumstances. This game of chance that all of us are born into has no single viable all inclusive explanation that any entity can prove or disprove. It is but a crap shoot where if you study the game of choice you are more likely to obtan better results.