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You Were Not Born To Just Go To Work, Pay Bills, And Die

By February 8, 2022May 19th, 2022Business, Philosophy, Psyche, Spirituality

You were not born to just go to work, pay bills, and die.

There are around 125 billion galaxies in the observable universe, each with 100 thousand million stars. The universe has a near-infinite potentiality for its expression of life. Yet we think we are locked in to only one rigid way of life?

The possibilities exist, we simply must expand our reasoning to the abundance of Nature. This doesn’t make it easy. Each planet presumably went through millions of years (action) of development to achieve its full Potential that we may consider its ‘purpose’.Our lives are visualized on a micro scale.

We may not live to see the development of another planet, but we can imagine it. We can see, through our understandings of the laws of Nature, the potential future of this universe we exist within. We must utilize this same position to estimate our own potentiality.

Why do we assuredly rest on the near-infinite capabilities of Nature, yet we — as existing within Nature — do not actualize our own innate ability to unfold in meaningful ways?

Some philosophers believe we cannot see past our experiences, but are we not in one experience with all that we exist within, which is the observable universe? Expanding our possibilities to fit — as a goldfish in a bowl — our container surely is a lifelong aspiration; but is it not a worthy one?

Anthony Gucciardi

Anthony Gucciardi is a self-made entrepreneur, self-development writer, and consultant whose thoughts and writings have been featured in Best-Selling USA Today & Wall Street Journal books and NASDAQ leadership classes, with over 1 million subscribers across his platforms. Anthony utilizes his reach to share and speak on the works and concepts of thought leaders and proto-disruptors who invite us to examine our perceptions such as Manly P. Hall, Carl Jung, Robert Moore, Malidoma Patrice Somé, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, and many others. Anthony invites us on his epistemological quest to explore the very nature of our understandings and how they affect our experience of reality.

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