On this level, assigning a meaning to a dream depends on how closely dream images are connected to the real world. ~ Catherine ShainbergWould you like to change the world?
I have been asking myself the same question so many times. In fact, I do not want to change the world.
It turns out that it's not a simple.
So rather than changing the world in which we co-created, I want to create a new world based on the world. I would say that the current dominant civilisation would be operated continuously by someone else even if I create a new world.
This is because the world is a kind of collective recognition.
In ever-changing belief systems, I found out a common thing from both my old belief and new belief. Whether it's negative or positive, doesn't affect to the essence itself.
It pertains to the form of the world.
The old me really disappointed the world and himself. And he wanted to die and tried to die. Because it seemed easier to walk away from the world than changing the world. It looked like a cost-effective way.
You're dead, but the world keep spinning.
The new me is so excited to build new belief systems. And he wants to keep achieving small goals every single day. Because one thing is crystal clear in his mind. It looks like this world is made up of plenty of world as the universe.
I'm still alive, and the world keep evolving.
This universal system allows us to install plenty of values into the simple and basic interfaces. And it seems like the world, which consists of universal system and perceptual diversity.
The demonstration of evolution is adaptation.
In fact, we can go so far from the dominant era. But no matter how far from the era we are physically, it seems not to work for us. It relates to conscious range or bandwidths.
Because we are still here.