I am wondering as to how I can express myself for the topic I have chosen today as my blog. I will continue adding my thoughts in a day or two to complete my blog, so please bear with me.
I am still in the process of composing my thoughts to explain myself in a logical way as my blog is about ‘Life as EYE see’.
I am wondering to know if we really have to prove someone wrong or someone right, but we always do so because we have our own self-proclaimed thinking/feeling that we are right and everyone else, who is not on our side is wrong.
Our understanding of the world (everything included from living to non-living things) started as an art, and as we kept exploring the world, our focus shifted towards science from arts and now we believe that everything around us has a scientific reasoning in it. For example, we know that there is air in the air and if someone is unable to see air that does not mean that the air does not exist. So for existence of something, it is not necessary that it has to be tangible or visible as well.
Now let’s suppose the world came into being as a result of big-bang theory i.e. out of nowhere and one D day it will vanish as if it never existed (I am wondering who is going to witness that it does not exist anymore). If we agree to this understanding, I am afraid we will lose sight of our own existence, what will be the motivation for us to be alive. We will be no different than animals.
The basis of science revolves around mathematics and mathematics is based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, to be more precise either its addition or subtraction, because multiplication and division are the offshoots of addition and subtraction.
0 + 0 = 0
0 – 0 = 0
Now if we suppose there is God then the above equation will become
1 + 0 = 1
1 – 0 = 1
From the above it appears that if there was nothing, there will be nothing but if there was something in the beginning then there will be that something even after nothing is around. You will have to think twice before jumping into the conclusion.
My intent is not to convince you to believe what I am trying to make you understand. I actually want you to ponder, the more you think the more you will be able to understand the intricacies of life.